3rd Annual Bizarre Bazaar Fast Approaches

2016 Bizarre Bazaar Art and Craft Fair

The New England Carousel Museum will hold its 3rd annual Bizarre Bazaar Art and Craft Fair on Saturday, November 18th 10 AM – 4 PM.

This juried holiday craft fair will feature a variety of items available for purchase by talented artists and artisans. Get a jump-start on your holiday shopping and find beautiful, unique gifts for loved ones, or buy something special for yourself.

There will be two floors of over 50 exhibitors showing off their art, homemade crafts, delicious treats, and holiday gifts. Vendors include many favorites from previous years, as well as some exciting new additions.

Wares include blown glass by TSP Uncommon, woodcarvings from CT Woodcarvers, Ashley Lodovico Watercolors, custom jewelry, children’s books and photography.

Bringing the kids?

There will be an arts and crafts area for children to enjoy.

Admission to this event is only $1.00, and includes free carousel rides for children throughout the day.

The New England Carousel Museum is located at 95 Riverside Ave. in Bristol.



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