|Kathy H. swap|
|Barb A.'s swap|
|Tori's swap (guest demo)|
Here's the goody bag each vendor received. It has a big candy cane, candies, Post-It Note pads and a pen in it.
The lobby is decked out for Christmas, and Christmas music is played all day long (the bazaar was 10-3). What's cool is that this bazaar is organized primarily for the residents of the assisted living center and staff to shop, though the public is welcome too.
This was my table, which took me about 5 minutes to set up. I loved being by the window. I sold all kinds of things - from stocking stuffers to handmade cards, In Case of Emergency frames and more. It was a fun day!
My table was next to ladies calling themselves the Knit Wits. They had beautiful kid sweaters and hats, owls, slippers and hats for cheap! It was great running into my fellow Lion Club member Bev (on the left). The lady on the right is a resident of Montclair Park. Yarn is donated to the Knit Wits who then sell whatever knitted items they can. They donate the money to charity and give whatever doesn't sell to Kitsap Community Resources for people who need these items.
Today I'm grateful for being able to donate my time, money and talents to a variety of charities year 'round, along with my hubby and kids. Helping others really makes life worthwhile.