WA’s 2018 Holiday Bazaar displays festive cheer

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WA’s 2018 Holiday Bazaar displays festive cheer

A vendor sets up a display of glass and lights.

A vendor sets up a display of glass and lights.

A vendor sets up a display of glass and lights.

A vendor sets up a display of glass and lights.

Jack Durkin

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2018’s Holiday Bazaar took place Saturday, December 1, and hundreds of vendors arrived to sell everything from handmade jewelry to Christmas trees. The event was set up by Student Council members staying until nine 9 p.m. on Friday and arriving at 5:15 a.m. the next day. Returning vendors showed up and a handful of new vendors threw their hats into the ring.

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  • A vendor sets up a display of glass and lights.

  • A vendor's array of jewelry.

  • Student council sets up the tarps where the bazaar will be held.

  • Freshman student president Alex Ross delivers coffee to vendors.

  • Vendor is showing off their display of.

  • Freshman Colin Hoar of Student Council.

  • A member of French Club prepares the French banner.

  • Preparation of food for the bazaar begins.

  • Mandarin club sets up lanterns outside their booth.

  • Holiday decorations being set up by student council.

  • French club's junior Christina Moracho preparing their banner.

  • Clubs prepare food for their respective clubs.

  • Two student council members prepare a sign for the coming bazaar.

  • Student council volunteer helps clear the gym.

  • A vendor sets up their booth as they prepare for the day.

  • Home painter shows off his work at the bazaar.

  • Spanish club member Eric hangs their banner.

  • An artisan soap vendor selling his craft.

  • A vendor selling off their homemade decorations.

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