Christ Church Advent Bazaar

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Advent Bazaar

Saturday, 19th November 2016

from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm

at the
Bundesamtsgebäude, Radetzkystraße 2, 1030 Vienna
(click for a map)

Tramlines O, 1 and 2

More than 2000 visitors come to the Advent Bazaar every year, attracted by the warm and welcoming atmosphere of this traditional event. It is seen by many as the start of the Christmas season.

Come and Buy!

  • toys and children's books and games
  • jewellery, ornaments, paintings
  • a vast choice of English books, many brand new, for all ages and tastes at very reasonable prices, 
  • DVDs and CDs
  • traditional British jams, chutneys, christmas cakes and puddings, mince pies and marmalades
  • Christmas crackers and cards
  • linens, accessories, ornaments and pictures
  • clothes - new and second hand

 At the Whisky Tasting stand one can sample single malt whiskies from Scotland and one can buy a Ploughman’s’ Lunch or a beer at the English Pub.

 The entertainment programme includes:

  • Norbert with his Penny Farthing Cycle
  • Royal Scottish Country Dancers performing traditional Scottish dances
  • Christmas Carols sung by the Church Choir

Come and Play!

Children can visit Santa Claus in his Grotto to make their Christmas wishes and have their photograph taken with him or play in the Children’s Corner where they can have their faces painted and buy animal balloons. 

Come and Eat!

Try lunch at the Asian and African Restaurants with a selection of delicious home made food and then have a coffee and cake at the Coffee Stall!

Take a Chance!  

Buy a ticket for 2 Euros at the Tombola where every ticket wins a prize or buy a Raffle ticket costing 2 Euros. This year's prizes include a return flight for two to Edinburgh, a Macbook Air, an IPad, a Kindle Paperwhite and many other excellent prizes.

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