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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Grandma Party Bazaar craft fair returns to Stardust Video & Coffee

Posted By on Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 1:00 PM

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Sunday, Dec. 16 – Grandma Party Bazaar 10 a.m.-sundown Stardust Video & Coffee 1842 E. Winter Park Road 407-623-3393 grandmapartybazaar.tumblr.com free

Chances are there are more than a few names on your shopping list that have yet to be crossed off. With Christmas less than two weeks away (wait, seriously?), there’s no better place to find that special something for that special someone than at the Grandma Party Bazaar. Now in its 10th incarnation, this senior-inspired event is more than just a giant crafts fair – it’s a party, dearest. With more than 30 vendors selling everything from pottery and jewelry to custom-made clothing and art, if you can’t find something for that eclectic art lover in your life, you ain’t looking. Complete with food, drinks and musical performances by some of Orlando’s hottest acts, including Saskatchewan, Woolly Bushmen and Bob on Blonde, just to name a few, this crafty shindig is sure to have you and yours doing the Charleston. You whippersnappers have it easy, I tell ya! – Victor Ocasio

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