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By Andi Bourne

Holiday Bazaar expands options for local artisans


December 19, 2019

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Swan Valley's Dar Kearney showing customers one of the wooden games her husband Les makes. Dar offered a variety of handmade items.

SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley Lake Community Hall was filled with the hustle and bustle of the holiday season Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Holiday Bazaar in Seeley Lake. Organizer and potter Carrie Darrah was pleased with the turn out and thankful for the support of the local artisans.

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Veterans & Families of Seeley Lake and Seeley Lake TOPS offered an extensive bake sale with something to please anyone's sweet tooth.

Darrah, a local potter and regular vendor at the Seeley Lake Farmer's Market, was approached last summer about hosting a larger bazaar in Seeley Lake since the Seeley Lake Senior Center no longer hosted theirs at the school. She agreed to organize it to support the community and the local artisans.

Attendees had a range of options from handmade wooden games, knit creations and pottery to crystals, signs, candles and goodies. A chili and hot dog lunch was also served for folks to eat and enjoy while they shopped.

"It is nice to see the people of Seeley come out and support this," said Darrah. "It has been a nice community event to see people come out and visit."


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