Auburn Mountainview High School Booster Club Winter Bazaar is Saturday, Nov. 16

  • Thursday, November 14, 2019 10:19pm
  • Life

The Auburn Mountainview High School Booster Club presents its Winter Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the school commons, 28900 124th Ave. SE, Auburn.

A variety of vendors will be selling their wares, businesses will be promoting their services and several AMHS teams and clubs will be raising funds for their programs.

Handcrafted items/vendors

Soft peanut brittle

Cork reindeer and snowflake ornaments

Holiday gnomes and Christmas plates

Handmade African crafts

Baked goods

Homemade roca and Karmel Krunch

Photo cards, frames and coasters

Sewn pillowcases, dog bandanas, etc.

Knitware and Second Chance Jewelry

Christmas signs

Resin Crafts and Canvas Art

Rainwater Gallery-Fine Art Photography

Massage therapist

Bow purses and fleece blankets

Bath and body soaps

Handmade home décor

Olbia Jewelry-Steampunk Inspired

Direct sale vendors:

Color Street Nails

Monat

PartyLite

Thirty-One Bags

Paparazzi Jewelry

Tupperware

Scentsy

JuicePlus

Arbonne

School group offerings:

Culinary arts; espresso, hot breakfast

Band; baked goods

Golf: Golf inspired crafts

Gymnastics: used book

Waterpolo: handcrafted plank snowmen and Christmas trees

Booster Club; AMHS Clothing


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