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9th Annual Cookie Walk 
St. Nicholas of Myra Orthodox Church - NYC Landmark  
288 E. 10th StreetCorner of 10th St. & Ave. A, East Village
Handcrafted cookies,
Hand-picked by you
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Saturday
Dec 9, 2017   
11am - 4pm

Sunday
Dec 10, 2017
Noon - 3pm

Come Early 
for best selection!

As hard as we try to keep up with demand, there is the slightest possibility that we may run out of cookies. We will post a status message here during the Cookie Walk.




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Look what Santa's elves are baking for 
Cookie Walk 2017
Handcrafted cookies, hand-picked by you
Love Cookies? We do too. 
Our Cookie Team bakes over 50,000 holiday cookies - about 75 varieties - 
all by hand using the finest ingredients for our delicious, handcrafted cookies.

What makes the Cookie Walk unique is that you are in charge. You “take a walk” around tables laden with cookies and hand-pick your favorites to fill an empty box. There are two sizes of boxes to fill: 
$15 & $35. We also have Gluten Free & Vegan sampler boxes at our yummy Hot Chocolate Bar! Stop by and have a cup of delicious hot chocolate that is hand-stirred for a half hour and topped with whipped cream, marshmallows, or both!

Children 10 & under can create their own sweet masterpiece at our Little Elves Bakery & Workshop. No charge except to have FUN!  Santa will also visit through the day for pictures at our awesome Photo Booth.

And, after the last cookie is packed, be sure to visit Tinseltown, a gift market for everyone on your list.
As seen in The Villager EXPRESS
Top Five NYC Events for Saturday - 12/12/2014  - NY Times City Blog
9th ANNUAL ST NICHOLAS COOKIE WALK
St. Nicholas of Myra Orthodox Church  288 E. 10th StreetCorner of 10th St. & Ave. A, East Village
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Featured in 
Metro Daily Newspaper
Nov. 29, 2016