Shopping is one of the best parts about the holiday season, and on Saturday, plenty of people crossed some items off of their Christmas lists.
Bishop Rosecrans High School in Zanesville hosted its annual holiday bazaar. More than 150 vendors set up shop around the school to sell a variety of homemade goods. Amy Agin brought her daughter Abby with her this year. She said she always sees a great turnout at this bazaar.
"It's one of the last bazaars before the end of the season, and I think everyone waits for this one, because it's one of the busier ones," said Agin.
Tara Hupp runs Pure Love Bakery out of her home. She said she has been on a waiting list for two years, so she's thrilled to meet more customers.
"I'm a person that can talk to anybody, and I've ran into people I haven't seen since high school," said Hupp. "I see a lot of them here, and I just love to talk to people, so this is really fun to do."
All proceeds from the bazaar benefit Bishop Rosecrans High School.