Two holiday markets in Lower Columbia this weekend

Two holiday markets in Lower Columbia this weekend

November 24-26

Kelso

Norwegian holiday market

9 a.m.-1 p.m., Nov. 25, at 224 Catlin St., Kelso. The Lower Columbia School Garden Program will benefit from this event. The event includes the sale of handmade products by local vendors, as well as livsi flatbread made from potatoes. The following food items will also be sold: split pea soup and sandwich ($10), soup and a half sandwich ($8), soup and rye bread ($5), pie ($4), and Scandinavian biscuits ($1). Coffee and water will also be available for $1. In addition to these menu items, Norwegian pancakes, Swedish pancakes, meatballs, gravy mix, cranberry, cloudberry, lutzke and herring will also be available. Handmade products by local vendors will also be sold at the event.

Rick Soy teaches Norwegian to a small group of local adults at the Sons of Norway building in Kelso on March 29.

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Rainier

Christmas Bazaar at Allston Corner

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9 a.m.-3 p.m., Nov. 25, 25272 Allston Road, Rainier. This event is sponsored by the youth at God’s Corner Society in Allston, and will benefit the Speed ​​of Light program. For more information, contact the church at 503-556-1961 or info@hisacag.org.

December 1-3

Longview

Handmade Holiday Bazaar

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Dec. 2, at the McClelland Center, 951 Delaware Ave., Longview. This event is sponsored by Longview Parks & Recreation and will benefit Longview Parks & Recreation programs and events. Complimentary coffee and popcorn will be provided. For more information, contact Steve Plampin at steve.plampin@ci.longview.wa.us.







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Anita Hopkins buys a bag full of goodies from Cindy Pena at her booth, Cindy’s Crafts, at the Longview Parks and Recreations Holiday Bazaar at the McClelland Center for the Arts in 2022 in Longview. The bazaar returns in December.


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For children’s holiday bazaar

9 a.m.-3 p.m., Dec. 2, at Broadway Early Learning Center, 1410 Eighth Ave., Longview. This event will benefit the Friends of Broadway Parents Group. The space is available to rent for $40. Food and beverage prices range from $1 to $5, and the following items will be available: hot dogs, chili, nachos, soda, coffee and chips. For more information or to reserve a space, call JB Schneider at 564-244-9992.

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Kalama Community Holiday Fair

8 a.m.-4 p.m., Dec. 2, at the Kalama Community Building, 216 Elm St., Kalama. The annual Kalama Community Fair in July is scheduled to benefit from sales. At the market, people can buy a cranberry Swedish pancake breakfast or homemade clam chowder for $6 each. At 6 p.m., people can buy a slice of pizza and a beer for $6 as well. Twenty-one family bingo games begin at 6:30 p.m., and seating begins at 5 p.m. People can now order homemade pies by calling 360-673-4869 and pick them up at the market.

Kelso

Norwegian holiday market

9 a.m.-1 p.m., Dec. 2, at 224 Catlin St., Kelso. The Lower Columbia School Garden Program will benefit from this event. The event includes the sale of handmade products by local vendors, as well as livsi flatbread made from potatoes. The following food items will also be sold: split pea soup and sandwich ($10), soup and a half sandwich ($8), soup and rye bread ($5), pie ($4), and Scandinavian biscuits ($1). Coffee and water will also be available for $1. In addition to these menu items, Norwegian pancakes, Swedish pancakes, meatballs, gravy mix, cranberry, cloudberry, lutzke and herring will also be available. Handmade products by local vendors will also be sold at the event.

Silver Lake

Glam Cave Craft

9 a.m.-4 p.m., Dec. 2-3, at 271 Silver Shores Dr., Silver Lake. This event is sponsored by Andrea Fudge at Glam Cave Crafts, and will benefit Lily’s Pad Rescue and YoungLives. Neither food nor tables will be available to the public. For more information, contact Andrea Fudge at afudge@torrid.com.

December 8-10

Tuttle

Tootle Country Christmas Market

9 a.m.-3 p.m., in the Toutle Lake Junior High School gym, 5050 Spirit Lake Highway, Toutle. Both Silver Lake Grange and the Toutle School Club will benefit from this event. Booths measuring 10 feet by 6 feet will be available to rent for $25. Food will not be available at this event. For more information or to reserve a booth, contact Kevlyn Hoisington at 360-431-9802 or kevlync@gmail.com.

Silver Lake

Glam Cave Craft

9 a.m.-4 p.m., Dec. 9-10, at 271 Silver Shores Dr., Silver Lake. This event is sponsored by Andrea Fudge at Glam Cave Crafts, and will benefit Lily’s Pad Rescue and YoungLives. Neither food nor tables will be available to the public. For more information, contact Andrea Fudge at afudge@torrid.com.

December 15-17

Longview

Kelso High School’s 4th Annual Fundraiser Gala and Bazaar

6 p.m., Dec. 15, and 1 p.m., Dec. 16, at the Rose Center for the Arts, 1528 Maple St., Longview. This event is sponsored by the Kelso High School Music Boosters and will benefit Kelso High School Music students and color guards. Tables will be available for rent and will cost $75 for both days and a donation item for the silent auction. Food will be sold by vendors only, so prices and availability will vary.

To be included in The Daily News’ Holiday Bazaar, participants must donate a portion of the proceeds to a charity or community service-oriented activity. People can send information to frontdoor@tdn.com or The Daily News, PO Box 1666, Longview, WA 98632. Include the following information: Name of the bazaar; bazaar patron; Time and date of the event; The address and city where the event will be held; The charitable entity benefiting from the sale. Menu and prices, if available; Table rental prices, if rented to the public; and the name, telephone number and email address of the contact person.

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