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The holidays are sneaking up fast and that means it’s almost time for holiday open houses and bazaars! COVID-19 forced the cancellation of many events last year, but with a little extra planning, the Cut Bank Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce it is bringing back the annual Holiday Bazaar!

The Chamber’s Holiday Bazaar will be held on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Cut Bank High School gym and lobby areas. Admission is $3 per person regardless of age.

Organizers are limiting the number of vendors to allow for social distancing, explained Chamber President Stephanie Eney. “We’ll have facemasks and hand sanitizer available, too,” said Eney.

“There is a very limited number of the smaller booths available and a few more of the larger ones,” she said. For more information on reserving a booth, email cbchamber@gmail.com.

Santa Claus has once again cleared his calendar to make an appearance at the bazaar. The Chamber invites children of all ages to come and have their photo taken with Santa, who will be set up near the high school library, away from the bazaar booths. Cut Bank Chamber director Destini Carlton is hard a work creating a festive holiday-themed backdrop for the photo shoot.

Even though most of their plans are coming together, the Chamber could still use a little more manpower, said Eney. Volunteers are needed to help at the doors and with concessions. If you or your organization would like to volunteer, please contact Ashley Kavanagh or Eney at 406-231-8944.

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