Fri., Nov. 11 – 12 noon to 8 pm
Sat., Nov. 12 – 10 am to 7 pm
Sun., Nov. 13 – 11 am to 5 pm
2nd Avenue, Fairbanks
This is a ‘Special Event Access’ to Fort Greely! (Open to everyone)
Come join the rest of Fort Greely at this annual event!
On the 4th there will be a holiday Bazaar beginning at 4pm, a chapel service at 4:30 then the tree lighting beginning at 5:00pm. The 9th Army Band will be spreading the holiday cheer along with the Delta High School Choir. Kids Crafts and Games/Holiday Movies and more! Come out to this great event to get your family in the holiday mood!
During the event, stroll around the CAC and enjoy holiday gift shopping at the many artisan booths. For more information call: 873-4782
Coat & package check
Lots of raffle drawings – 1 free ticket at the door
Don’t miss the fun
Some examples are: EMT, Project Christmas, Community Thanksgiving Dinner, Horse Club, Scouts, 4-H, Athletic Groups at the High School and many more.
There will be chili and hotdogs for lunch. Even if you don’t want to purchase anything at the Bazaar, come and have a bite of lunch. There will be a small fee charged for lunch.
Time to start your Christmas shopping, come check out the bazaar on Saturday. Below is a list of some of the items you can purchase.
Handmade fleece items, Toys, crafts and Christmas Decorations, Special syrups, vinegars and potpurri, jams, etc., Handmade jewelry, Handmade sewn fur hats, gloves and ect., Mary Kay, Scentsy, WOTM: Used Christmas Decorations, ornaments and household decorations, and much, much more.
Shop early, stay warm, and have fun with our one stop shopping extravaganza at the Carlson Center this weekend! We have over 175 mini specialty stores with literally thousands of gift ideas. With everything from art, jewelry, gourmet food, books, furs, woodwork, knives, skin care, and more, we have something for everyone on your list! For more information and a complete list of participating businesses, please visit our website.
The Holiday Marketplace is a one stop Christmas shopping extravaganza for Fairbanks and outlying areas. From hand-made soap, to beaded earrings, to imported wool sweaters…
It’s all together in one location on one floor with lots of free parking. Admission is $5 at the door, children 12 and under are free.
The show’s continued success attracts not only local but state-wide businesses and artists. Over 180 different vendors participated in the 2014 event and it had a 3 day public attendance of over 8000. With 2015 comes all of your favorite booths as well as some exciting new gift ideas.
SHOW DATES & HOURS:
Fri., Nov. 13 – 12 noon to 8 pm
Sat., Nov. 14 – 10 am to 7 pm
Sun., Nov. 15 – 11 am to 5 pm
This is a one-day bazaar, sponsored by the North Pole Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the NP Winter Festival. We have spaces for approximately 60 vendors and will advertise the Winter Festival Activities via the media prior to the event. Winterfest activities include the annual fireworks display, scheduled for 5 pm Saturday in the North Pole Plaza Mall parking lot, Candle Lighting Christmas Celebration & Crowning of the King and Queen of North Pole, on Sunday Dec. 6th at 2pm at NP High School. Call 590-3334 for details. See you there. You don’t want to miss it!
Vendor applications will be accepted by mail, email or via phone until the day of the event or until we run out of spaces. Spaces will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. To reserve your space mail your application and payment to Holiday Bazaar, NP Chamber of Commerce, P O Box 55071, North Pole, AK 99705 or you can email your application to
Cancellations: You must cancel no later than Tuesday, November 24th to receive a refund.
Vendor spaces are all 8’ wide by 4’ deep. You must provide your own table, chairs, displays, booth trash container, extension cord and any other items needed for your booth operation. All display items must be safe, fit within your space, and not block visibility of nearby vendors.
Access & Electricity: Fire extinguishers and exits must have free access. All mall shops must have free access to their doors and some stores require window visibility as well. No cords or other obstructions may be placed in the walkways. Electricity is limited to 500 watts per booth and is assigned in advance. Vendors are responsible for supplying their own extension cords. Outlets are limited and are distributed on a first come first serve basis.
Booth set up: Booth setup will be from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., Saturday morning, Dec. 5th. The NP Chamber booth will be located near a main mall entrance and will be your check-in point when arriving. Please check in no later than 9:30 a.m. or your space may be reassigned to another vendor. Spaces are pre-assigned, so you will need to set up in
your designated space only. If you have questions, please see Sharon at the Chamber booth.
Take down: Take down starts at 6pm. Please respect fellow vendors by remaining open until the end of the bazaar at 6 pm. You must clean your area thoroughly, placing all trash in provided bins, removing tape, and wiping any spills up. We cannot be responsible for lost or left items.
Baked Goods and D.E.C. Regulations: All food vendors, home and commercial, must comply with D.E.C. regulations. The bazaar is subject to inspection by the Department of Environmental Conservation per Regulation 18AAC30. Please ensure your foods comply with regulations by calling DEC at 451-2111.
Only one vendor with a particular trademark product will be accepted. Your check will be refunded if your trademark product has already been assigned to another vendor. Assignment of trademarks will be made on a first come basis. If you have questions contact Marlene @ 590-3334.