It was a fun and food–filled day Wednesday in Ishpeming.
The St. Joseph Parrish hosted its 69th annual Bazaar. The turnout was good–and shoppers found a wide variety of homemade crafts and other gifts.
The proceeds from the Bazaar will go right back into the community.
“We like to celebrate the fall season,” Ann Trudell, President of the St. Joseph Parrish Guild said. “We also like to have excellent crafts and unique items available to come and see. The money that we get goes to help things such as the food bank, St. Vincent de Paul food pantry, The Salvation Army pantry and other projects that are needed in the community.”
Not only were homemade crafts available, there were also baked goods and a white elephant section as well.