St Bart's Annual Bazaar
ST BART’S 2023 BAZAAR
Saturday, November 4 - 1:00 PM to 4 PM
Please join us for this year's first in-person bazaar since 2019!
Fine China and Gifts, Books & DVDs, Jewellery, Crafts, Knitting, Toys & Games
and many more special and unique items
You will find all the usual classic tables- gifts, jewellery, books, preserves,
baking, attic treasures, Christmas decorations, toys, games, crafts, knitting
and our fabulous tea room!
Bring your gift list to buy quality items at low prices!
You will help us support the work of the Church which includes our
Refugee Programme, Cornerstone Womens' Shelter and our mission to the
Gary J. Armstrong Home.
To keep everyone healthy, we will maintain smaller numbers in the hall this
year. Thank you for understanding if we ask you to wait a few moments for entry if the
hall is full.
Look forward to seeing you!
And remember: All items for sale are unique, one of a kind offerings
- please don't be disappointed - shop early! -
For further details please contact Liz Heatherington at email@example.com or
Linda Assad Butcher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Message from Rawlson King, Councillor, Ward 13, City of Ottawa
I congratulate the Church and all of its participants for ensuring that this great tradition of giving continues. Christian faith observes that giving is a virtue that should be undertaken proportionally, sacrificially, and cheerfully. St. Paul told the Corinthians that: "Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver." This Bazaar is a great demonstration of this virtue, whether you are donating items or purchasing them, you are assisting St. Bart’s support Diocesan ministries, as well as LaSource/the Well, St. Luke's Table, Cornerstone Womens' Shelter and the Church's Refugee Program. I commend the organizers and the participants of this Bazaar for their support of our community in Rideau-Rockcliffe and throughout the City, and I encourage everyone to cheerfully give to make St. Bart’s Bazaar a success."
Councillor, Ward 13
City of Ottawa"
Linda Assad Butcher:
Linda and Liz
Warmest thanks to our many volunteers past and present!