Christmas Market in Morristown to benefit African charity, Dec. 14-15

By Marie Pfeifer

For one weekend only, your Christmas shopping will be a breeze, providing gifts for family and friends while benefiting a Morristown-based charity, Africa Surgery Inc.

So, bring your Christmas list to Assumption Church on Dec. 14 and 15, 2013.

Some favorite vendors from previous years will be on hand, as well as new vendors with an eclectic collection of hand-crafted items and home-made goodies. africa surgery christmas market charity

Christmas ornaments, an assortment of fine photography items by Sergio Burani, watercolors, hand-knitted woolen hats, gifts, fashion accessories, jewelry, and gourmet foods, are just some of the items offered.

Tom Johnson, a former Peace Corps worker and founder of Africa Surgery, Inc. (ASI), spends four months a year in Sierra Leone coordinating medical care, especially spinal surgeries to help vulnerable children, men and women in one of the most economically and medically devastated countries in West Africa due to an 11-year civil war.

Christmas Market hours are 2 pm to 7 pm on Saturday, and 7 am to 7 pm on Sunday.

The sales will be held in the Assumption Church Community Room. Access is from the parking lot behind the Church, at 91 Maple Ave. in Morristown.

Free parking available behind the Church building.

For more information regarding the Christmas Market, call 973-452-1908 or email buranis@mac.com.

 

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