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Heritage Humane Society Holiday Bazaar Back In Person

WILLIAMSBURG – One of the Heritage Humane Society’s signature benefits, the annual Holiday Bazaar, will be back in person this year. The event will be held on Saturday, November 20, from 9am to 3pm at Bruton Parish Hall.

There will be hand-crafted fabric creations, gourmet soups from local Williamsburg restaurants, raffle prizes, homemade baked goods, gift baskets, and more. All proceeds will benefit the animals at Heritage Humane Society.

The Heritage Humane Society Auxiliary Volunteers has been instrumental in helping with the event. Participating restaurants for the soup sale include Aroma’s, Berret’s Seafood Restaurant & Taphouse Grill, Carrot Trees Kitchens, Charly’s Airport Restaurant, A Chef’s Kitchen, Creative Cuisines, Food For Thought, Francesco’s Risorante Italiano, Giuseppe’s Italian Restaurant, The Hound’s Tale, La Piazza, Le Yaca, Old Chickahominy House and Opus 9 as well as Chef Hans Schadler. Panera Bread has donated fresh baked bread to go with each gourmet soup.

For more information, visit https://heritagehumane.org/bazaar/.

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