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| Chagiga - Paper goods, Kitchen items, Party supplies, Toys/ Games and much more! AND Purim items!

Adina Duchanov    
Sunday, 10 February 8:47 PM

Everyday Great Finds!!! PLUS Purim items have started to arrive and are hitting the shelves as we speak! Variety of Gift Bags (including special Purim designs), stickers (including name labels), table decorations, trays, dessert cups, muffin cups,  cellophane bags and sheets, Purim plates, napkins and cups! AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!! Come check it out! Some items are limited in stock! 

Did you know “Chagiga” carries:

Heavy duty large durable garbage bags, American aluminum pans, bio degradable plates, cups and silverware, every day paper plates in 2 sizes AND zipper bags in many sizes and strengths!!! 

Baking sheets and cups, good quality tinfoil, Lock-n-Lock containers, Travel hot mugs and tons of other kitchen items!

Cake mixes, frostings, pie crusts and fillings! Paskez candies and other treats!

Birthday supplies & Helium balloons! Gift bags! Wine bags!

Toys, games, puzzles and stickers!

Goody Hair supplies!

Emergency lights and batteries! 

Shabbat lamps!

Plus SO much more! You wouldn’t believe how many items we carry! 
Stop by to check it out!  

Mivtzah Kadesh 4, Katamon (at the corner of Palmach street)  FREE Parking available on all adjacent streets.  Bus stop across the street.

02-5417175

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

Like our Facebook page “חגיגה Chagiga ” for new products and updates!

       

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