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Super Holiday Boutique: Free Photos w/ Santa & Olaf

The holiday season’s largest shopping extravaganza in Central Contra Costa is at the 10th annual Super Holiday Boutique on Dec. 7-8 in Pleasant Hill and Concord. Shoppers will find a potpourri of gift items and will be able to get free photos with Olaf and Santa Claus.

The 2 free indoor holiday indoor events allow shoppers to get special one-of-a-kind holiday gifts & stocking stuffers for family, friends and colleagues from a variety of arts and crafts vendors, home-based businesses and commercial exhibitors.

Shoppers have two opportunities to attend the free Super Holiday Boutiques:

  • Saturday, Dec. 7, the Boutique is from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Community Center, 320 Civic Dr. off Taylor Blvd. in Pleasant Hill.
  • Sunday, Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. in Centre Concord, 5298 Clayton Rd. in Concord (one block off Ygnacio Valley Rd./Kirker Pass Rd. next to Clayton Valley Bowl).

Toys, clothing, jewelry, purses, cosmetics, candles, soaps, candy, fashion accessories, home goods, bath and body, books, kitchenware and cooking products, baked goods and so much more will be available. There will also be holiday decorations galore along with self-help and home improvement exhibitors.

  • Making a special appearance again will be Olaf from the Disney movies “Frozen” and “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.”
  • There will be free holiday arts and crafts activities allowing kids to make a keepsake present for their family and friends while their parents are shopping.
  • Each attendee will receive a free raffle ticket for numerous prizes donated by Boutique vendors. The donation of food to the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano will earn the donor another raffle ticket for each can donated.
  • The 1st 200 families through the door daily will receive a Holiday Gift Bag.

Register for a Free Family Ticket on Facebook event page or website you will get a $2 Holiday Buck at check-in which you can use for $2 off your 1st purchase. The $2 Buck will be given to 1 adult per family.

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