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‘Off the Shuelph’ set at Guelph

"Off the Shuelph at Guelph" will be open for holiday shopping from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays in December - Dec. 3 and 10 - at the Guelph Community Center in Guelph, N.D. Many Christmas items, refurbished furniture, antiques and retro items will be...

 

“Off the Shuelph at Guelph” will be open for holiday shopping from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays in December – Dec. 3 and 10 - at the Guelph Community Center in Guelph, N.D.

Many Christmas items, refurbished furniture, antiques and retro items will be for sale. In addition, those attending may make their own “Meals in a Jar” from Thrive Life flash-frozen, non GMO foods. Bring your own quart jar and receive a discounted price on the meals.

Off the Shuelph at Guelph is run by volunteers, and all proceeds from events go toward the Nov. 12, 2016, maintenance of the former school building and gymnasium.

For more information, contact Jeanne Thorpe at (701) 710-0888.

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