Christmas Bazaar offers Unique, Local Holiday Shopping Experience

Black Friday and Small Business Saturday have passed, but there is still plenty of time for holiday shopping. And for those who aspire to shop local, a great opportunity exists, especially if you're looking to support beginning farmers, artisans and craftspeople close to home.
On Saturday, December 13th, check out one of the most unique holiday shopping experiences you'll find in Northeast Nebraska ... or anywhere.
At the Macy Christmas Bazaar you'll find unique, authentic Native American artwork and jewelry, jams and jellies from this year’s harvest, pendleton blankets and other holiday gifts. Local artists will demonstrate making beaded jewelry. Bring your appetite and try fresh Indian tacos and homemade baked goods.
Don’t miss the kid's table where games and native crafts await. It's all part of what makes the Christmas Bazaar an ideal family event. We are still accepting vendors who sell handmade crafts and homemade foods. Vendor space is free and we encourage vendors to bring their own tables.
Enjoy the scenery on your way to Macy's Catholic Church, off Highway 75, 40 min south of Sioux City and 62 miles north of Omaha. The market opens at 10:00 a.m. and runs until3:00 p.m.
This inaugural Christmas Bazaar is presented by the Center for Rural Affairs and Nebraska Indian Community College. Please help us make it a grand success!

For more information, contact Dave Farley at or Veronica Erenberg at 402.687.2103 ext. 1021 or