The Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market Holiday held a Holiday Craft Fair & Cookie Baking Contest on Dec. 11. Local artisans sold jewelry, essential oils, clothing, pottery, florals, candles and all kinds of gifts for the season. The market’s regular 50+ vendors were on hand, as well, for patrons to grab their fresh produce and specialty items.
Some of the artisans featured included Vavera Boutique, with handmade candles, accessories and vintage clothing; Sistah Iz Stitchery, with handmade goods, tea towels and pouches; Mimi’s Handcrafted Goods, selling soy candles, diffusers, self-care bath/body; L8Bloomers, offering succulent plant designs; Unique Orchid Creations, with hand-carved wood vessels for orchid plantings; Linka Jewelry, offering andmade jewelry; Gerrianas Kandles, selling luxury healing gel candles; Stress Pop Slime, which is a sensory toys for both kids and adults; Green Phoenix Relics, with handcrafted gifts and art; Smitchey Art, which offered ceramics gift; and ALT Studios, with bean bags, backpacks and tote bags.
The event also included a cookie baking contest. Among the winners were Ellen Labbe, Victoria Chan and Laura Margo, with the first, second and third best tasting cookies, respectively. Awards were given for the best-looking cookies, as well. The winners were awarded by Mayor Lili Bosse.
The city of Beverly Hills Teen Advisory Committee and Food for the Future held a canned and boxed goods food drive. All donations were sent to local food banks.
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