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Spring Bazaar

SpringBazaar-Pic2In just a few short weeks, the halls and common areas of Grove City High School will be decked out with vendors full of crafts, gifts, and food for the Spring Bazaar, where everyone can find something for themselves. Cbus Chic spoke with Chris Cotton, advising chairperson for the Spring Bazaar, to learn more about what the event has to offer.

 

The Bazaar, which has been going on for over 40 years, has always been run by parents of the band program. Cotton explained, “the Spring Bazaar benefits the Grove City Band programs. As our kids become more involved in the band organization, the parents get together to support them [by doing things like] organizing the Spring Bazaar.”

 

Cotton also mentioned how involved the school itself gets in the Bazaar. Like the school kitchen, which operates throughout the day making homemade food.

 

There will be a wide variety of vendors at the Bazaar. According to Cotton, “there are jewelry makers and clothing, lawn and home decorations, oils and spices, toys for boys and girls.” And vendors like Ohio Fuzzy Pawz will have handmade merchandise available at their booth like dog beds, dog tug toys, plush dog toys, cat toys, pet print scarves, and up-cycled totes. And the proceeds Ohio Fuzzy Pawz makes at the Bazaar will go to help the many dogs they rescue.

 

In addition to all the gifts and food, the Bazaar will also feature a mattress sale this year, with proceeds of the mattresses sold going towards the Grove City Band.

 

So if you’re looking to find that perfect item for your friends, family, or home – be sure to head over to the Spring Bazaar held at Grove City High School, just off I-71. And be sure to check out the Spring Bazaar’s “Big Brother” event: The Fall Bazaar (Nov. 14 & 15).

 

If you would like to apply to be a vendor or learn more about the Bazaars, visit Grove City Band’s website at www.gchsbands.org.