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By Andi Bourne

Christmas Bazaar Fills a Need


December 14, 2017

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

A dozen vendors filled Lindey's Prime Steak House dining room Dec. 9 for the Christmas Bazaar. Organizers hope to make this an annual event.

SEELEY LAKE – With a burger in one hand and their wallet in the other, shoppers enjoyed the Christmas Bazaar at Lindey's Prime Steak House Saturday, Dec. 9. It was an opportunity for local vendors to display their products and buyers to purchase from local consultants and craftsmen.

The idea for the bazaar came through conversations between Alicia Kues, her husband Mark and Lindey's owners Jenny and Mike Lindemer.

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Lilla Rose Hair Accessories and LuLa Roe consultant Alicia Kues visits with customers.

"We felt like Seeley Lake needed a place for vendors to get out," said Alicia. "We lost our summer and two events this Christmas [Senior Christmas Bazaar and Holiday Home Party Extravaganza]."

The Lindemers were happy to donate the space for the event.

"This is something we can do to help out the community so we opened it," said Mike. "We are just trying to keep things moving in Seeley and hopefully sell a burger or two."

Jenny added that having a venue for vendors and buyers where people can purchase local products is good. Plus they have an open dining room in the afternoon so it worked out well.

The Christmas Bazaar was open for local vendors only. While space was limited, there were 12 vendors and space remaining for more.

Alicia said, "Everyone seemed really happy and I think we are going to do it again."


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