BISBEE — If you did not find everything you were looking for in those Black Friday sales, you may want to drop in at the Christmas Bazaar at St. Patrick Church the first full weekend in December.
The church’s Women’s Club will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m on Saturday, Dec. 7, and from 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Nov. 8, in the parish hall on Quality Hill, according to Ruth Dugie.
Over 20 local and out-of-town vendors are expected to take part, bringing hand sewn and quilted items, western items, candles, jewelry, area photography, handmade Christmas cards and ornaments, leather goods, and much more, she noted. A large variety of homemade baked items and sweets will be available for holiday needs, and many treasures will be found at the silent auction.
Come around lunch time and you will get to experience some homemade Mexican dishes. Saturday lunch menu items will include albondigas soup — Mexican meatball soup — cheese crisps and super-nachos.
Then, on Sunday morning, menudo and breakfast burritos will be available.
Be sure to grab a few tickets for the Cookie Raffle. This is a new attraction and the lucky winner will receive two dozen homemade cookies each month for a year, beginning in January 2020. Second-place winner will receive cookies for six months.
Raffle tickets for cash prizes and a variety of gift baskets will be sold both days.
All drawings will be held Sunday at noon; winners need not be present to win.
Dugie said, “Bazaar proceeds go toward the club mission of supporting and promoting the goals, activities, interests and services of St. Patrick Parish. Proceeds from the Cookie Raffle will benefit the parish Window Restoration Project.”