With a week to go, the Coral Bay Bizarre Bazaar is all set to be one of the highlights of this year’s holiday season. Returning on December 13th for its second year at Pickles In Paradise just past the Coral Bay Triangle, there are already over 60 vendors (including us!!) signed up to offer great holiday shopping for locally made arts, crafts, jewelry, food and drink. The event will be from 11a.m. to 4 p.m.
Come and enjoy non-stop music, dancing, eating, drinking, shopping, children’s activities and donkey rides, a surprise visit from Santa Claus, raffles, a beer brewing and tasting contest, auctions, a plant sale and last but not least, a yard sale. Items are still being accepted for the yard sale. So clean out those closets and drop off your items at the Coral Bay Community Council located across from the Fire Station and Skinny’s in Coral Bay Monday, December 8 – Friday, December 12: 8:30 am until 6 pm.
As we mentioned above, we’ll be there selling St. Johnopoly, so please stop by and say hello!
The Coral Bay Community Council (CBCC) is the host of the Bizarre Bazaar and uses the proceeds to fund its programs. The CBCC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization staffed by two employees and dozens of volunteers, and gratefully receives charitable donations. The CBCC helps assure that the Coral Bay community has safe drinking water, clean beaches and bay waters, cultural and environmental protection, and land-use and development accountability. For more information, visit CBCC’s website at: http://www.coralbaycommunitycouncil.org
The CBCC will direct the proceeds to projects supporting the Coral Bay community. The Coral Bay Agriculture Center has been selected to receive a portion of this year’s funds for repairs to the building that houses the community room in cooperation with the American Legion Post.
The Bizarre Bazaar planning committee is still accepting donations for the auction, the raffle, the yard sale, the plant sale and sponsorships. Volunteers are needed. Direct questions and sign up to volunteer via email to [email protected] or call Nancy Stromp at 775-0533.