Join Us At Botanica For A Holiday Bazaar!

November 20, 2009 at 4:32 pm Leave a comment

*~*Botanica’s Christmas Bazaar*~*

Saturday, November 28, 2009 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday, November 29, 2009 12:00 noon – 5:00pm

A great time to get your Christmas shopping out of the way…

while supporting local artisans, growers and producers!

Botanica will have our wonderful Christmas gifts and decor including

fresh wreaths, garland, and centerpieces!

Craft Vendors will be offering unique gifts

Reflections of Africa’s bead work

Handmade Swarovski & Silpada designed jewelry

Wooden nativity scenes

Personalized stationary by The Envelope Please and Itouch

Handcrafted baskets

Painted ceramic tiles

Christmas ornaments

Mary Kay® products.

Kentucky Proud Members will be bringing

Fresh produce

Jams and jellies

Homemade soaps

Beer cheese

State-winning local honey from Keith Green

Hand blended herb seasoning from Herb’n Renewal®

Goodies from Karamel Kreations

Handmade quilts

Gourd birdhouses

Animal fiber art/felting/spinning

And, so much more!

~*~ Refreshments will be provided ~*~

Bring 1 canned food item for a chance to win a custom designed wreath!

Food donations are going to The Lighthouse Ministries

Directions:

From Lexington, go out Richmond Road to Jacobson Park and bear right on Old Richmond Road. Go exactly 4 miles

From I-75 go to the Athens-Richmond Road exit, go to Jacobson Park (about 2-3 miles), turn left on Old Richmond Road and go exactly 4 miles 

 

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