Holiday bazaar sparks creativity from over 45 artists, crafters, and home-based businesses

Local honey, holiday crafted items, and décor are ready for shoppers at the Holiday Bazaar.

WHEATLAND — Once again the Agriplex was bustling with shoppers, artisans, crafters and holiday cheer at the annual Holiday Bazaar sponsored by the Wheatland Town & Country Garden Club whose members provided free coffee and sold fresh slices of cream and fruit pies. Kiwanis members were on hand serving up sloppy joes, brats, and franks 

More than 45 booths created a maze of holiday and crafted fare from jewelry, jams, jellies, candies, a village of squirrel and bird feeders, apparel, fine art, and more. A diverse and lively environment was enjoyed by upwards of 300 people according to one Town & County Garden Club member. The perfect place to begin the holiday shopping phase. 

Hand-crafted/handmade vendors are given priority for booth reservations, with second priority given to home-based businesses, with a limit of three booths.