We went to the Kubo ni Maria Bazaar at the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary along Taktak Road in Antipolo last Sunday. It was held at the Magnificat Hall just beneath the church so people didn't have to worry about the rains. There were more than the usual Sunday sellers of food and drinks at the bazaar (we regularly buy salad vegetables, salted egg and Bayani Brew tea after Mass), and we took advantage of people selling handicrafts and other items to do some Christmas shopping.
|There were a lot of people at the bazaar as many coming out of the Mass decided to check out the goods.|
|A nice find was Abuelita's, which sold chorizo, pasta sauces and various dips. The chorizo is really good and we will be trying their pasta sauces next.|
|Handicrafts on sale included bags, baskets, bayongs, accessories, mats and other stuff.|
The bazaar is a good opportunity to mingle with people in the community including our "suki" sellers. Hopefully, too, there will be more of these mutually beneficial bazaars in the future and that these activities are able to support programs of the parish.-