Bizarre Bazaar is back
New Director of the Firehouse Arts Center, Lee Parsons, is reporting that all the vendor spaces are full for the upcoming Bizarre Bazaar scheduled for this Saturday, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and they are anticipating a great turnout from the public.
There will be 18 vendors at the Jimmy Harrell Gallery, counting those inside and at the patio, all offering their home created crafts and goods, including some special handmade Christmas wreaths and decorations, as well as stylish handmade masks. When it comes to masks, Parsons recommends participants and shoppers all wear one. Other safety precautions being made are that all vendor booths are spaced at least six feet apart. There will also be a couple of vendors on the outdoor patio and the large doors will be kept open for good air circulation.
There will be violin and guitar music for the enjoyment of all present, and chili bowls and brownies will be offered for sale.
An additional couple of booths will be located in the Kirbo Gallery, with access from Water Street. That gallery is celebrating a reopening and will feature a booth containing several paintings for sale from past SoSo Van Gogh classes, as well as a booth featuring Diana Kirbo’s jewelry.
Parsons happily reports all planned activities and classes so far this Fall have been filled to capacity, as the public seems eager to be back in circulation following months of isolation due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Plans for a new So So Van Gogh class are being announced for December 3rd at the Firehouse Arts Center.
Interested parties are invited to make early reservations by calling 243-1010. More information on that subject matter will be released later.
The public is cordially invited to come to all the celebratory open houses and events planned for downtown Bainbridge on Saturday, but especially for the Bizarre Bazaar.
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