Published November 14th, 2018
Orinda's 42nd Annual Holiday Bazaar this weekend
By Sora O'Doherty
For the past 41 years community members have been coming to the Orinda Community Center to shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts. This year's 42nd Annual Holiday Bazaar, to be held at the Community Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov.17, will feature items from over 55 vendors. Members of the public are invited to liven up their holiday shopping experience with handmade holiday decorations, clothing items, organic food items and more. Children will also have the opportunity to take free pictures with Scooter the Clown.
This year, according to Orinda's Parks and Recreation Supervisor Jennifer Weiss, local vendors will be bringing a wide variety of goods, including handmade scarves and doll dresses, skincare and hydration drinks, prints and cards by local artists, homemade decorative home decor, custom jewelry, stylish bra straps and hats, handmade stationary and custom unique purses, gourmet chocolates and Sima's custom dips and sauces. Weiss enthused, "We will have handmade Irish pottery, trendy purses and bags, custom shawls and trendy statement jewelry, just to name a few!" In addition to photo opportunities, Scooter the Clown will be roaming making free balloon animals for all.

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