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Eastown to host annual Bizarre Bazaar this Saturday

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Eastown will celebrate local art and businesses at their annual Bizarre Bazaar event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday on Wealthy Street.
Bizarre Bazaar

Bizarre Bazaar /Courtesy of ECA

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Bizarre Bazaar /Courtesy of ECA

Bizarre Bazaar

Bizarre Bazaar /Courtesy of ECA

The Eastown Community Association and the Eastown Business Association are hosting their annual artist market, Bizarre Bazaar. This year’s event will be held on June 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vendors will be set up along Wealthy Street, between Atlas Avenue and Lake Drive.

Bizarre Bazaar is sponsored by Bazzani Associates, Orion Construction and Colliers International. Chez Olga, The Cakabakery, Connie’s Cakes, Terra GR and The Eastown Café will be serving some of Eastown’s favorite cuisine. There will be local music at the Wealthy Street Hub Lot from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with performances by: Eastown Jazz Ensemble, The Cardboard Swords, Brother Adams, Otis Blueswell Jr., Chain of Lakes, Jesse Ray and the Carolina Catfish, Asamu Johnson and the Associates of the Blues. Patrons can expect to find a variety of unique handmade products including jewelry, soap and clothing.

Bizarre Bazaar invites the Grand Rapids community to spend the day exploring the original, creative and diverse community that is Eastown. This event is free and open to the public. For more information visit the Facebook page or our website.

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