By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
Once again, Christ Church is offering a chance to jumpstart your holiday shopping with its annual Christmas bazaar, slated for Saturday, Dec. 1.
The bazaar, which has been a tradition at Mexico’s oldest Anglican church in Mexico for more than a century, will include an array of handmade and artisan Mexican crafts, as well as British and Scottish products at very affordable prices.
The event will be heralded in with a live bagpipe performance and there will be homemade jams, fresh fudge, plum pudding and mincemeat pies, as well as stands selling jewelry, body care treatments and Christmas decorations, plus baguettes, hot dogs and potato salad for a tasty pub-style lunch.
The bazaar will be held inside Christ Church’s garden, located at Montes Escandinavos 405 in Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and is open to the general public free of charge.
All proceeds will go to help Christ Church’s charities, including the parish’s outreach program through the Saint Julian of Norwich Community Center in downtown Mexico City, a nonprofit clinic started by Christ Church to help low-income patients.