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Bizarre Bazaar at the Carousel Museum

The magic of the Holiday Season begins at Bizarre Bazaar, a show and sale of work by artists and artisans at the New England Carousel Museum on Saturday, November 19, 2016 from 10 AM-4 PM.

The Museum will be filled with artists and artisans ready to dazzle visitors with their art, homemade crafts, amazing treats, and holiday gifts. There will be two floors with over 50 exhibitors showcasing their unique gifts among the Museum’s holiday environment.

The Museum Arts and Crafts Room will be open for children. Amazing Magical Paul will be back to do balloon animals and other entertainment for children. Vendors may contact the Museum to rent space or go online to read about becoming a vendor for this event.

Admission is only $1.00 with free carousel rides for children all day. The Museum is fully accessible with special needs ramps, restrooms and an elevator.

It is located at 95 Riverside Avenue, Route 72 in Bristol, CT.

The building is available to rent for receptions, weddings, meetings and classes. The Museum provides tours, tour and craft programs, birthday parties for children of all ages, youth group sleepovers and educational outreach programs.

For more information, call the Carousel Museum at (860) 585-5411. Fax: 860-314-0483, E-mail: info@thecarouselmuseum.org, Web site: http://www.thecarouselmuseum.org.

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