By Liv Moss | Bomber Media
The Kenston PTO is starting preparations for the annual Silver Bells Holiday Boutique, an annual event with holiday gifts and performances to get people in the holiday spirit.
This year over eighty vendors, ranging from people with their own businesses to children looking to participate in Jingle Bell Alley, will be selling holiday themed items at the boutique.
Jingle Bell Alley is where Kenston students from Timmons Elementary through Kenston Middle School will be able to make their own crafts and products to sell in the event. These students will get free booth space to showcase their products.
Students from KIS will be performing throughout the day to allow customers to take a break from shopping and enjoy a show. The fifth grade choir will sing at 1 p.m., the fifth grade choir and ensemble will perform at 1:30 p.m., and just the ensemble will perform at 2 p.m.
In the common area, Helen’s Cuisine will be serving lunch in the concession stand so customers can both listen to the choir and enjoy something to eat.
Baskets will also be raffled off with products donated by vendors selling their own products in the boutique.
“We have a new committee this year, so we have kept the same schedule and programing as we learn the ropes of running this fabulous show,” said MaryAnne Klank, co-chair of the Silver Bell Boutique.
The Silver Bell Boutique will be at Kenston High School on Dec. 7 from 9 a.m to 3 p.m., and proceeds from the Silver Bell Boutique will help support the Kenston High School After Prom.