Pick of the Day: Bazaart

As of 6 p.m. last night, the forecast for today was mostly positive. After all the rain we had yesterday, though, I imagine the grounds will be a little soggy. Nonetheless, the 38th edition of this acclaimed arts and craft show will go rain or shine.

Displaying their wares will be 140 artisans in media as diverse as ceramics, glass, wood-working and metal sculpture. There’s also 14 food booths, and a stage sponsored by the Regina Folk Festival which will showcase local musical talent.

And as if that wasn’t enough, you also have the option of checking out all the great art on display in the gallery itself by the likes of the Regina Five, Natalka Husar, and the Saskatchewan Craft Council’s annual juried craft exhibition Dimensions.

The grounds are open from10 a.m.-5 p.m., and admission is $5 for adults. So enjoy the day everybody.

Author: Gregory Beatty

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2 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: Bazaart”

  1. I’ve always enjoyed Bazaart. Maybe one day it will move to the Plaza of No Dissent. My parents always took me there when it was on College. Current locale isn’t optimum, but obv why it’s there.

  2. Well, I should say they dragged me there. I wasn’t one of those kids that got enlightened by my parents.

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