45th Annual RRUUC Bazaar
Saturday, November 3
Following the great success of last year’s Bazaar, the 2018 Bazaar will once again take place the first Saturday in November. Our building and property is transformed into a well-stocked department store full of high quality, gently used, donated goods sold at great prices.
The River Road Bazaar provides affordable merchandise for shoppers from the greater community, as well as a large group of repeat bargain hunters and dealers. Our Bazaar serves to fund the work of our congregation and is a major event powered by several hundred hard-working volunteers. In our continuing commitment to the environment, we actively recycle all we can to other organizations after the sale.
Bazaar Departments include:
- Baked Goods
- Books and Music (CDs/DVDs)
- Books for Children and Teens
- Children’s Clothing
- Chili Cafe
- Men and Women’s Clothing (from casual to formal, including shoes and accessories)
- Silent Auction
- Sporting Goods (including bicycles)
- Toys and Kids’ Stuff
- White Elephant (household and miscellaneous items
But, wait, there’s more!
- The Silent Auction is filled with valuable donated items such as fine art, china, fine jewelry, and collectables. Browse through the display of Silent Auction items, bid on your favorites, and check back to see if you are the lucky winner! (There will be several closing times throughout the day.)
- Shoppers need sustenance! Snacks, lunch, beverages, and baked goods are available throughout the day!
Get involved and find out more!
- VOLUNTEER: Click here to find the perfect opportunity for you – department, type of work, amount of time you have to give and when it fits into your schedule.
- DONATE: Click here to find out what to donate, what not to donate. and when to donate.
- SILENT AUCTION: Click here to to get details on the Silent Auction.
- SHARE THE NEWS: Here are flyers to share with your friends, neighbors, and groups:
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The Bazaar is BIG! Every room in the building, plus tents outside, house thousands of items for some great shopping. Over 400 people volunteer to make it happen. Here is a time lapse video showing the White Elephant department – from start of set-up to the end of clean-up to the set-up for our worship service the next day. It gives an idea of the event’s energy, service to the community, and great bargains.