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Holiday Bazaar and Pet Pantry Benefit Auction

A Holiday Spiritual and Holistic Bazaar, with Benefit Chinese Auction, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., December 8 and 9, at Leesport Farmers Market Banquet Hall, in Leesport. Make a day of holiday and personal shopping and experiences by visiting vendors of soaps and bath products, candles, incense, oils, crystals, gemstone trees and jewelry, photography, salt lamps, statues, singing bowls, pet products, tarot, reiki, reflexology and more. Food is available for purchase, and free lectures will take place throughout the weekend.

The Chinese Auction, featuring vendor-donated goods and services, benefits The Wellness Center for Pets and Their People, a volunteer and donation-based mobile pet food pantry serving Berks and Schuylkill counties, providing pet and household supplies to veterans, elderly and those experiencing life challenges.

Admission is $3/day or donation of bag of dry dog/cat food. Location: Leesport Farmers Market Banquet Hall, 312 Gernant Church Rd., Leesport. For more information, call Julie Barracato at 570-573-1651, or visit LadyLynora.com/holiday-bazaar. For more information about The Wellness Center for Pets and Their People, visit them on Facebook.

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