Bizarre Bazaar is back and better than ever

Published 4:12 pm Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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Downtown Bainbridge is the place to be this coming Saturday as downtown merchants celebrate the annual Holiday Open House beginning at 10 a.m.

Mike Inlow, director of the Firehouse Arts Center, promises that the Bizarre Bazaar, with 18 artists and vendors, will be a full house this coming Saturday, with some events spilling into the street.

A wide range of offerings includes baked goods, vintage sachets, hand crafted jewelry, paintings, handmade baby bonnets, wood and canvas designs, cutting boards, Christmas wreathes, children’s books, items from the Cairo High School Arts Department, jams, jellies and special breads.

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As  St. John’s Episcopal Church women will not hold their own bazaar this year, they have joined forces with the Arts Center where they will have a booth displaying their handmade items, There will also be chili, corn bread and brownies sold by the Arts Center.

Live music that includes the Hutto Middle School choir and a guitarist will sound forth from the street in front of the Gallery, where the street is closed off in that block.

WMGR Radio will broadcast live from the event for a couple of hours.