The Normandy Park Yule Craft Bazaar is coming Dec. 16-17, and is the brainchild of Annastasia Nichol and Sophy Hildreth, local high school seniors who are producing it for their senior project.
Proceeds will be donated to the Normandy Park Arts Commission.
The Bazaar will be held Dec. 16-17, in the Manhattan Village shopping center, 17849 1st Ave South in Normandy Park.
“A midwinter arts swapmeet for the local community of Normandy Park,” is what they’re calling it.
Before then, artists and crafters are encouraged to attend a free Craft Night on November 6 to hang out with fellow artists and create items for the Bazaar. Emphasis will be on decoupage on this evening – all supplies are provided and the creations made will be donated to the Yule Craft Bazaar. Participation is free of charge and open to all ages. The Nov. 6 Craft Night will be held at DTwenty Games, 17851 1st Avenue S, Normandy Park.
For more information e-mail Annastasia at [email protected] or stop by DTwenty to get signed up or have any questions answered in person.
Here’s more from the Yule Craft Bazaar website:
For the curious, our Yule Craft Bazaar Craft Nights are days where local artisans can come in, hang out with fellow artists, and create. All supplies are provided, and the items made that day will be donated to the Yule Craft Bazaar to sell. It’s free of charge and open to all ages! Show up early, or email us and reserve a spot now! It’s a good idea to bring some of your own business cards, so when we sell your creations, others will know who made what.
This time around, our theme is Mod Podge madness. Join us to decoupage anything and everything on Nov. 6th, from 2 to 8, at local game store DTwenty Games.
To learn more about the Yule Craft Bazaar project, visit yulecraftbazaar.blogspot.com/