Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will hold its annual Bazaar and Artisan Market on Saturday, December 6 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., in the church fellowship hall located at 193 Old Greenville Highway across from the Clemson University.
The Bazaar will feature beautifully handcrafted items made by church members and more than twenty local artisans from around the Upstate. Examples include jewelry, baked goods, crafts, gift baskets, soaps, quilts, woodworking, scarves, handbags, ornaments, decorative pillows, homemade take-home frozen meals, candles, artwork by Haitian artists, and much more. Homemade lunch is available for a modest fee.
Other highlights for this year’s bazaar include a visit from Santa (10 -11 a.m.) and the first in a series of ornaments featuring the stained glass windows at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. The first window will be the Nativity Window. Ornaments will be $20 the day of the bazaar.
All proceeds raised from the sale of the items made by the church members will be donated to local charities, along with the booth rental fee paid by local artisans. Focus charities this year include Clemson Free Clinic, Our Daily Rest in Seneca, and Episcopal Day School Scholarships. Additional proceeds will continue to go towards other local charities.