Bayview Market is ready for the holidays

The Bayview holiday season continues Dec. 8 with the opening of the Bayview Holiday Market at Bayview Hall.

  • Tuesday, December 4, 2012 5:23pm
  • Life

Kay Stanley starts her ascent to the upstairs portion of the Bayview Holiday Market whose 35 merchants attracted a large crowd when it debuted Dec. 1 with a host of homemade arts

The Bayview holiday season continues Dec. 8 with the opening of the Bayview Holiday Market at Bayview Hall. This year the popular market, now in its fourth year at the location, will feature 35 vendors offering fall and winter produce, a wide variety of baked goods, jams, cheese, candy, honey, clothing, jewelry and a variety of local artisan crafts.

The market has been expanded and vendors will be selling upstairs and downstairs, according to market manager Sharon Warwick who said she needed the extra space to accommodate everyone who wanted to sell. The hall will be decorated with greenery and Santa Claus will make an appearance in December. Three Saturdays are left, Dec. 8, 15 and 22. The event is sponsored by the Bayview Farmers Market Association.


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