Pick Up the Perfect Present at Pemberton’s Christmas Bazaar
Are you looking to cross off some items on those Christmas wishlists? Well, now is the perfect chance for you to grab a gift for your loved ones and get your holiday shopping done early at the Pemberton Christmas Bazaar! The Bazaar is your one-stop-shop to find handmade and unique presents before the holidays begin!
This Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 marks the return of the Christmas Bazaar, held at Pemberton Secondary School. Started many years ago by St. David's United Church, the Christmas Bazaar has been passed to the Pemberton's Children Centre to host this year. The Bazaar has always been a hit with both locals and visitors finding something to enjoy about the event.
The Pemberton Children's Center Craft Bazaar gives local craftspeople and artisans an opportunity to showcase their wares with friends, peers, and the community. Every year brings something different to the Bazaar, but you can expect to browse through delicious homemade goodies, one-of-a-kind jewellery, clothing, home decor, wood crafts, carvings, art, apothecary items, herbal lip balm, bath salts, baked goods, organic produce, and so much more.
You also have the chance to enjoy a hot breakfast and coffee or tea in the Pemberton Secondary commons area. The Bazaar has free admission and will be happening on the first Saturday of December from 10 AM - 3 PM. However, make sure to bring along some cash if you plan on purchasing anything because the vendors will be cash-only.
The Pemberton Christmas Bazaar is packed with items that are perfect for giving, but don't forget to treat yourself to something nice as well this year!
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Posted: Wednesday, November 22, 2017