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The most bizarre bazaar

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  December 2, 2009 02:15 PM

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Still working on that holiday gift list? Visiting the fabulous Bazaar Bizarre this weekend can probably help. The all-things-creative-and-handmade began in 2001 in the Boston area as a motley crew of friends and acquaintances came together to sell their handcrafted wares. In 2004 the Bazaar Bizarre spread to L.A. and Cleveland, and in 2006, a partner included the Bazaar Bizarre as part of the Maker Faire in the San Francisco area in spring. Clear your schedule this Sunday, Dec. 6, from noon-7 p.m. and head to the BCA Cyclorama in Boston for the Bazaar Bizarre - admission is $1.

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