During the three-day weekend following Thanksgiving, Blue Star Bazaar will donate 10-percent of all sales to the Wilton Community Assistance Fund. The Fund is coordinated through the Wilton Department of Social Services. Blue Star Bazaar’s contributions will be used specifically to purchase American Express gift cards for children on Social Services’ holiday gift list.
“Black Friday shopping has become a hectic frenzy of early wake-up calls and long lines for low prices. I wanted to do something to kick off holiday shopping that focused on the spirit of the season and an emphasis on quality rather than quantity,” explained Blue Star Bazaar’s owner, Megan Abrahamsen.
Customers can shop at Blue Star Bazaar’s Wilton location (148 Danbury Road) to find holiday gifts for adults and children. Top gifts for adults include jewelry, watches, handbags, scarves, and picture frames. For children, top picks include vintage inspired toys, winter pajamas, boys’ neckties, girls’ dresses, and picture books. Shoppers can enjoy complimentary coffee, cider, hot chocolate, and sweet treats throughout the weekend.
Holiday hours are as follows:
Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sunday noon to 5 p.m.
Monday, December 23 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Blue Star Bazaar offers unique gifts for women and children. For those looking for unique products, Blue Star Bazaar offers a range of merchandise that meets the tough standards of quality, individuality, style, and value. Product categories include apparel for women and children, jewelry, scarves, handbags, heirloom quality toys, and children’s books. Find the perfect gift at Blue Star Bazaar (www.bluestarbazaar.com), founded by Megan LaBant Abrahamsen.
Megan LaBant Abrahamsen is the creator and owner of Blue Star Bazaar. She received her undergraduate degree from University of Richmond and MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Her experience includes roles in strategic consulting and 6 years of retail experience including strategy and merchandising roles at the Gap, Coach, and New York & Company. After serving as buyer within New York & Company, she left the corporate world to welcome her sons to the world in October of 2005 and September 2007. She established Blue Star Bazaar in 2010 and is currently a resident of Wilton, CT (the town where she grew up).