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Ursuline Academy Holiday Bazaar



North Texans searching for unique gifts are invited to kick off the holiday shopping season at the Ursuline Academy Holiday Bazaar Saturday, November 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the school campus at 4900 Walnut Hill Lane in Dallas. Seventy vendors will showcase merchandise for all ages, including clothing, jewelry and accessories, art, stationery, books, bedding, housewares, holiday décor, foodie favorites, epicure items and more in the school’s Haggar Center and Neuhoff Gymnasium. Admission to the Saturday event is free and a food truck will be on site to provide shoppers refreshment options throughout the day.

On Friday, November 13, there will be a special $10 Ursuline Academy Holiday Bazaar Preview from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This sneak peek event will feature bites, beverages and first dibs on this year’s offerings from talented artisans and designers across the country, as well as finds from around the globe. There are several Ursuline Academy alumnae vendors, along with a few current student entrepreneurs. To make a reservation to attend the Friday preview, or see a full list of Holiday Bazaar vendors, please go to:

Proceeds from the Ursuline Academy Holiday Bazaar will support need-based student scholarships at the college preparatory school. This year, the Academy will grant financial assistance and merit awards to 205 students, representing 24 percent of Ursuline’s 800-plus member student body. The Ursuline Academy Holiday Bazaar is part of a series of annual “Mardi Gras” events that raise scholarship funds and culminate with a February gala. Over the past 25 years, these efforts have resulted in more than $20 million dollars for the education of deserving young women. 

For more information how to support scholarships, attend the Ursuline Academy Holiday Bazaar November 13 and 14 and Mardi Gras Copacabana: Samba Down to Rio on February 6, please go to:


Ursuline Academy of Dallas is an independent Catholic college preparatory school for young women in grades 9-12. Educating students for 141 years, the Academy is the oldest continuously operating school in Dallas. With a distinguished tradition of academic excellence, innovation and service, Ursuline educates young women for leadership in a global society.

About MARDI GRAS 2016: Mardi Gras “Copacabana: Samba Down to Rio" will be held February 6 at Dallas’ Renaissance Hotel. The gala evening will include dinner, dancing, a casino, raffle and live and silent auction with the goal of raising funds for student scholarships. Laura Elia and Kathie Wood are serving as the 2016 event co-chairs along with honorary chairs, The Regina and Carlos Fonts family.


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