a bazaar kind of day

The Rhine Ordinance Barracks Spring Bazaar opened yesterday kicking off the bazaar season. About 100 international vendors are at this year’s Spring Bazaar selling a variety of European goods, such as jewelry, polish pottery, rugs, antiques, tapestries, wine, and gourmet foods. I like to browse these bazaars as it is always interesting to see what the vendors are offering.


Andy's Polish Pottery


Just across town, another bazaar is also happening this weekend.

The Pfenning Bazaar is an annual event put on by the German American and International Women’s Club. The bazaar is held in the event hall at the Gartenshau in Kaiserslautern.  Items are sorted by type with tables for books, kitchen items, clothing, frames/wall art, sewing notions and toys to name a few. I stumbled upon this event last year. It was a fun one to shop so I made sure not to miss it this year.

Here are the goodies I picked up.  All for under 20Eur!




1::cork board covered in burlap 2::child’s wicker chair 3::wine basket 4::vintage Durfor green jars 5::Boltze Bazar bird candlestick holders 6::handmade bird with red berries stained glass 7::wooden shelves 8::wooden star candle stand


For those of you in the local area wanting to shop these bazaars this weekend, click the following links for more information.

Rhine Ordinance Barracks Bazaar
Pfenning Bazaar



2 thoughts on “a bazaar kind of day

  1. …………..what fun – you got a lot of great stuff…………..nice job! I just may drag Epa to a flea market today! XXOO Enjoy the weekend!

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