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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

St. Teresa's Catholic School is preparing for their big Holly Berry Market event. The market opens tomorrow morning and will stay open until three.

It will feature more than 30 vendors with lots of different items for sale including children clothes, jewelery, and blankets. It's just two dollars to enter and children under 12 are free. There will be hot dogs and homemade egg rolls for sale at their Santa's cafe.

"Well Holly Berry Market is a great tradition for our school and for the community and it has always come at the very beginning of the Christmas season. it's a wonder way to get into the holiday spirit and its a great time to come out and visit with friends, have lunch with friends and shop with friends," says organizer Lisa Lassiter.

Across from the Market you can enjoy the Holly Berry Tea room for seven dollars in advance or eight dollars at the door. They'll serve chicken salad sandwiches and other tasty treats.

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