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Danish Christmas Bazaar in Maryland on November 12

11.4.2016  20:00
Experience a wide range of Danish Christmas food and snacks, embroidery, jewellery and handmade decorations.

The Danish Club in Washington D.C. invites everyone to their 53rd annual Christmas Bazaar, Saturday November 12 11.00 am - 3.00 pm at Saint Elizabeth's Church, 917 Montrose Road, Rockville, Maryland.



Activities and booths include:

Bakery Booth
Genuine Danish pastry and other baked goods baked by a local Danish baker.

Cooking Demonstration
See how Danish Æbleskiver (pancake puffs) are made and enjoy a taste of these freshly cooked delights.

China and Jewellery Booth
Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, silver and amber Jewelry, and other china and Jewelry from around Denmark.

Christmas Booth
Decorations of all sorts are available for the tree, table and walls including handmade mobiles and holiday decorations, Danish decorations, candles and candle holders, Advent calendars, and wreaths. 

Deli Booth
Danish delicacies and specialty items. Candies, luncheon items, cheeses, and bread.

Embroidery Booth
Various types of counted cross stitch embroidery and other crafts. All embroideries are hand made by members of the Danish Club.

Greenery Booth
Using nature as a theme these decorations are for tables, walls, and trees, and include hanging greens, table decorations, and Advent wreaths.
Restaurant: We serve up an excellent a la carte lunch consisting of your choice of many types of Danish open faced sandwiches, Danish pastry & desserts, coffee, soda and beer.

Children's Activities
Kids can visit the children's table and play with Danish-designed toys from LEGO and Plus-Plus. Children's chairs sponsored by Stokke. Parental supervision required.

Established in 1931 as a not-for-profit social organization, the Danish Club of Washington, D.C. recently celebrated its 75th anniversaryy and has more than 300 members from all age groups. Members consist of people interested in Denmark and Danish culture, some of who are of Danish descent, some who have immigrated from Denmark to the D.C. area, and some who just enjoy the fellowship of the Danes and their culture.

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