Invite a friend
Temple Emanuel of Andover will be
hosting the 3rd Annual Celebrations Expo on Sunday, October 21st from 11 am – 2 pm. Dozens of vendors will be showcasing their products and services and the event is open and free to the general public.
“With two successful Expos under our belt now, we have established a major North Shore event. We have a great array of vendors from caterers and catering halls to entertainment companies, photographers, invitation specialists and much more. These companies are very excited to be participating in the Celebrations Expo and have a chance to showcase their services to people throughout the Merrimack Valley who are planning events,”
said Patti McWeeney event chair. “We invite all those planning events in the Merrimack Valley, including weddings, b’nai mitzvah’s, Sweet 16’s or corporate events to mark their calendars and join us on Sunday, October 21st.”
The event is expected to attract hundreds of families to meet with participating vendors including A
Touch of Class DJ’s, Bates Entertainment, Big Balloon Bash, Blueberry Photography, Creative Celebrations, David’s Catering, Fun Flips, Ivy’s Invitations, Lauren Loomis Events, Party Excitement, Perfect Parties, Photography by Linda, Pierre Chiha Photography, Sandrino's Best of Thymes, The Studio, TableSensations Event Planning, Temple Emanuel, The Party Connection and The Wyndham Boston Andover Hotel to name a few.
Temple Emanuel is located at 7 Haggetts Pond Road,
Andover, MA 01810. For further information, visit www.templeemanuel.net or call the
Temple office at 978-470-1356.
More About Temple Emanuel
Temple Emanuel practices under the Union for Reform Judaism. Formerly a liberal conservative congregation, the temple became a reform congregation in 1957 after moving to a different location in Lawrence. Before that, the temple had been operating in its original location in Lawrence since 1920, when a group of 30 families joined together and founded the temple. The congregation moved to its current location on Haggatts Pond Rd. in 1977 and later renovated and expanded in 1998. The temple provides a variety of youth and adult eduation, a nursery, as well as provides members with a variety of ways to give back, from soup kitchen work to a breast cancer walk to distributing household goods to families in need.