CLEMSON — Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will hold its annual Bazaar and Artisan Market on from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 5 in the church fellowship hall, 193 Old Greenville Highway across from the Clemson University.
New this year will be dozens of vintage Clemson collectibles and memorabilia, including ornaments, decorations, books, and prints. Also new is a “Santa’s Workshop” where little ones can shop for Mom and Dad.
The Bazaar will feature handcrafted items made by more than 25 talented artisans from around the Upstate and members of Holy Trinity. Examples include jewelry, gift baskets, soaps, quilts, woodworking, scarves, handbags, ornaments, and candles, as well as homemade take-home frozen meals, baked and canned goods, and the best lunch in town.
The next installment of the stained glass Christmas ornaments series, the Rose Window at Holy Trinity, will be available as well as handmade Christmas stockings that can be ordered in advance.
This event, dating back over 50 years, is a great opportunity to fellowship and shop for unique Christmas gifts.
Proceeds will be shared among several charities including Family Promise of Pickens, Collin’s Children’s Home, Our Daily Rest, Safe Harbor, Habitat for Humanity of Anderson, Clemson Free Clinic, and tuition grants for the Episcopal Day School.
More information can be found at www.holytrinitybazaar.org.