PLYMOUTH, Mich. - The Plymouth Historical Museum will hold its annual juried Craft Bazaar and Open House Saturday, December 1, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Craft Bazaar is free and open to the public and will feature many crafts, such as knit, ceramic, jewelry, and recycled art. Stop by the bake sale and try the yummy treats and refreshments. Santa will be here all day so bring the whole family! Visitors are also welcome to explore the Museum's special exhibit for free that day.
For the bake sale, museum needs donations of baked goods. Cookies, cakes, candy, breads, pies, sweet rolls, and bars are all welcome-as are any specialties you may have in your recipe box. Please bundle your cookies or bars in packages of 6 or 12. Remember, festive holiday treats sell first. Please either label your treats (examples: Brownies with nuts or Santa's Favorite Sugar Cookies), or leave a note attached. Labels will be available in the kitchen. Please drop your goodies off in the kitchen on Friday, November 30, between 1 and 4 p.m.
Call Heidi Nielson, 734-455-8940, if you have any questions.
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