Dunwoody Hosts In-Person Holiday Bazaar Nov. 17

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Fran Northrup, Floral Studio Chairperson, with an array of items her committee has created for the Holiday Bazaar.
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Fran Northrup, Floral Studio Chairperson, with an array of items her committee has created for the Holiday Bazaar.

Dunwoody Village in Newtown Square is hosting its annual Holiday Bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, from 9 AM to 3 PM.  The public is invited to attend.

The Bazaar is the culmination of countless hours of preparation by Dunwoody’s residents, who organize the event as well as collect and create the items to be sold.  All proceeds from the event are used to enhance Dunwoody resident programs.

“Traditionally, the Bazaar involves a lot of our residents, through a variety of groups and committees,” said resident Lucy Irwin, who is chairing this year’s event. “It’s been three years since we’ve been able to invite the surrounding community to Dunwoody for this showcase, and there’s so much energy!”

The excitement for this year’s Bazaar is heightened not only because the Bazaar had been canceled for the past two years due to Covid restrictions, but also because the event will take place in the brand-new auditorium that is part of the newly renovated Community Building.

Stephen Ruzansky, Vice President of the Dunwoody Village Residents’ Association, and Lucy Irwin, Holiday Bazaar Chairperson, are excited to invite the Community to this year’s Holiday Bazaar.

The Bazaar features a wide array of items from which to choose, including unique handcrafted items, holiday decorations, attic treasures, costume jewelry, baked goods, house plants, and much more. Visitors can also take a chance on baskets of cheer.

Dunwoody Village is a continuing care retirement community located at 3500 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, at the intersection with Bryn Mawr Avenue. 

Find out more about the upcoming Dunwoody holiday bazaar and about Dunwoody Village.

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