This weekend opened up the 52nd annual Holly Bazaar at the Community Arts Center of Cambria County.
The space features work from over 60 local and regional artisans and crafters as well as 133 donated raffle baskets.
The main objective of the bazaar is to be able to feature, foster and generate revenue for local artisan and crafters.
“I think it’s something that’s incredibly essential in the world we live in, that we need to extend community to so much more beyond ourselves, What better time to do that than during the holiday season when the thought and the heart of giving is so much more on people’s mindset and a way to give with individuals and community members by shopping local and supporting local has become so vibrantly important with the pandemic and people are continuing that trend thereafter, knowing how precious our local talent is and to foster and preserve it. That’s just one of the reasons why the community art center is able to host the 52nd Holly Bazaar.”