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There is still time to catch the Annual Spring Bazaar presented by the Yachats Ladies Club, as the event enters its second weekend.

Now in its 17th year, the celebration of crafts and home-cooking will fill the Yachats Ladies Clubhouse this Friday and Saturday, March 29 and 30.

Yachats Ladies Club members will showcase a huge variety of clever, beautiful and useful items ranging from journals and pin cushions to wall hangings and knitted items. The 90th Anniversary Edition Yachats Ladies Club Pie Cookbook is also available.

New items for this fair include handcrafted teddy bears in bright colors featuring a keepsake pocket; fabric tech pillows to house smartphones, tablets or ipads; and hot and cold rice-filled therapy pads.

Delicious edible goodies, including baked goods and candy, will be sold at the bake table.

For the fifth year running, the Yachats Ladies Club is supporting the Yachats Library Summer Reading Program by creating and offering “Award Book Bags” that can be bought by donation and delivered to the library by club members.

The famous Yachats Ladies Club Pie will be served on Saturday starting at 10 am and continuing until it’s all gone. Coffee and tea will be served as well.

On Saturday, March 30, at 11 am club members will serve up a lunch of ham or turkey roll-ups with macaroni salad for $7. A vegetarian option is also available. Add a slice of pie for an additional $4. Coffee and tea are available for a dollar.

Guests will also be able to buy tickets for the Yachats Ladies Club Scholarship Fund Quilt, a queen-size bedspread emblazoned with a dahlia panel and various shades of teal and blue. Tickets are a dollar each, with the winner being drawn at the Yachats Ladies Club’s Christmas Bazaar on Sunday, Dec. 8.

The bazaar takes place at the Yachats Ladies Clubhouse, 286 W 3rd Street. Admission is free. For more information, call President Huck Huckins at 541-547-5425.

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