Blue Genie Art Bazaar Features Unique Items From Over 200 Vendors

AUSTIN, TX—Grab your holiday shopping lists and make your way to the Blue Genie Art Bazaar and opportunities to find unique wares, handmade artwork and gifts from more than 200 local and regional artists – with a portion of proceeds going to Make-A-Wish® Foundation. This year, Blue Genie Art Bazaar […]

AUSTIN, TX—Grab your holiday shopping lists and make your way to the Blue Genie Art Bazaar and opportunities to find unique wares, handmade artwork and gifts from more than 200 local and regional artists – with a portion of proceeds going to Make-A-Wish® Foundation.

This year, Blue Genie Art Bazaar will offer online shopping, with the options to deliver or pick up, in addition to in-store shopping, a personal shopper experience, as well as a private shopping experience. The event will run daily from Friday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Dec. 24 from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. (10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Dec. 24) at 6100 Airport Blvd.

Attendees interested to take part in the in-store shopping experience must adhere to the venue’s COVID-19 safety protocols including:

Wear a Mask
Masks are REQUIRED to enter the building, for all guests (over the age of 10), staff, and vendors. If you need one, there will be disposable masks available.
Keep your Distance
Please maintain 6 ft. of physical distance between your group and other shoppers and staff members whenever possible.
Wash your Hands
Hand sanitizer and hand washing stations are available for your convenience. Remember to scrub for 20 seconds!
Stay Home if You Feel Sick
PLEASE stay home if you’re feeling sick or think you may have been exposed. You can still shop the store online and have purchases shipped to you or anyone in the US.

For more information, click HERE.

This article originally appeared on the Austin Patch

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