Shop The Biggest, Best Montclair High School Holiday Gift Bazaar – Food, Music and Gifts Galore!!!

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Score some terrific holiday gift items for everyone on your list at Montclair High School’s Holiday Gift Bazaar to benefit Project Graduation. This Saturday, December 10 from 9am-3pm., you can shop more than 30 vendors, including based right here in Montclair.


Looking for a special gift for the man in your life? Choose from an up-cycled bowtie from TieBro or a necktie sewn from handmade fabric by Mertel the Turtle Fabric Arts. Prefer to give something sweet to your child’s teacher? There will be artisanal truffles, caramels, fudge, toffee and jams all handmade made locally. For Montclair High School students, there will be a whole table dedicated to MHS swag.


Choose from tons of wonderful stocking stuffers including hand-knitted coasters, fair trade coffee, festive painted rocks, cozy mittens, original notecards, hand-made ornaments and elegant candles and more will be available. Spoil someone on your shopping list with luscious small batch body lotions, some handcrafted jewelry or an piece of original art.

Enjoy a performance by the incredibly talented Passing Notes performers, Montclair High School’s student-run a cappella group, from noon to 12:30 p.m. Passing Notes sing for free around the NJ area for various fundraisers and community events and concerts. An MHS Visual Arts teacher will also be selling from her collection of vintage Japanese kimonos.


If you get hungry, the Empanada Guy will be parked out front of the MHS Holiday Gify Bazaar.

If you get hungry, the Empanada Guy will be parked out front of the MHS Holiday Gify Bazaar.

Shop for the holidays at the Montclair High School’s Holiday Gift Bazaar to benefit Project Graduation on Saturday, December 10, 9am to 3pm located in the MHS Laraja Gallery, auditorium entrance on Park Street. Get a preview of the over 30 vendors who will be featured at the bazaar:

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Montclair is relatively heterogenous and, it could fairly be said, takes pride in its diversity. Has Montclair named a street or school after Dr. King? Why is that?

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