The Christmas Bazaar
Brian Varela / Petersburg Pilot
The fourth annual Christmas Bazaar at the Son of Norway Hall on Saturday. Local residents sold handmade arts, crafts and baked goods. There were 25 booths on the first floor and seven upstairs, said Sons of Norway District 2 counselor and cultural director Sally Dwyer. The kitchen sold cups of soup, but by the end of the event, only four kinds of soup were left out of the original 14. Petersburg Fisheries hosted the event up until four years ago for about 20 years. It began to be too much work for PFI to handle, so they asked the Sons of Norway to host it, said Dwyer. "We had a wonderful turn out," said Dwyer. "It has been steady all day." Above is one of the booths that sold goods at the Bazaar.
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