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Biannual Bazaar Showcases Local Entrepreneurs

The Temecula Valley Museum’s Biannual Bazaar kept the local farmers' markets on their toes Saturday.

The Temecula Valley Museum’s Biannual Bazaar kept the local farmers' markets on their toes today.

Held at Sam Hicks Monument Park, 28314 Mercedes St., the event was sponsored by the museum’s Board of Directors in cooperation with members of the Temecula Valley Women’s Club. 

“We are hoping to expand the museum; add a wing specifically for traveling,” said the Temecula Valley Museum’s Board President, Mariann Byers.  “We want to focus on the early pioneers and make it more of a memorial park.”

Vendors were able to rent space from the museum in order to showcase their wares.  The event always draws a big crowd, from those looking for tchotchkes to those already shopping for unique holiday gifts.

For those who missed the event, or want to relive it, watch the video to find out more about the bazaar and its vendors.  

Big John October 22, 2012 at 01:52 PM
Gosh, I saw the sub-headline reference the local farmers market - and not a word of it in the article. Keeping the farmers market on their toes sounds like there might have been a conflict - but who knows....nothing was mentioned in the article. Oh well, its a free news source.

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