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| Find everything you need for Chag at the new Chagiga store in Katamon!

Adina Duchanov    
Sunday, 16 September 10:13 AM
Great products for Sukkot at Chagiga in Katamon!!! 
- Huge selection of beautiful napkins including Sukkot / Chagim designs!!!
Ongoing SALE – Buy 3, get the 4th FREE!!!!
Sukka decorations including precut paper strips
- Extension cords
- Glue guns, Staple guns
- HUGE variety of great chad pami including many different styles of plates, cups, silverware and more!
- Disposable wine glasses & Kiddush cups
- Fully stocked large selection of heavy duty tinfoil pans (in many sizes, covers are also available for most sizes) 
- Paper baking pans, including a variety of paper soufflé cups
- Variety of dessert cups
- Large selection of serving trays/bowls & utensils
- Tablecloths & table runners
- Yahrzeit candles, tea lights and glass candle holders (for short fat candles)
- SHABBAT / CHAG LAMPS in a variety of great colors!!! Also available in the new travel size!
- “Lamp Oil” for candle globes, available in many colors!! Globes sold separately. 
- Quality silver polish liquid or wipes.  Wipes available for silver, gold or irons.
- Toys, puzzles, board-games, games and more to keep everyone busy during the Chagim!! 
PLEASE NOTE our hours for:
Erev Yom Kippur: open until 12pm. 
Erev Sukkot and every day of Chol Hamoed the store will be open until 13:00!!!
Gmar Chatima Tova and Chag Sameach!

Come check it out! 

*Some of the Chagim items are limited stock.

Mivtzah Kadesh 4, Katamon.  Parking available on all adjacent streets.  Bus stop across the street


Sunday – Thursday 9:30 – 19:00, Fridays/ Erev Chag 8:30 – 13:00. 

Check our Facebook page “ חגיגה Chagiga ” for updates including our chagim hours. 


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