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More than two dozen vendors offering a variety of wares and services will be on hand at the Bakery Café and Sully County Phoenix Center to meet the holiday shopping needs of the community during ’Twas the Night Before Christmas in Onida December 6 starting at 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Vendors setting up at the Bakery include Dorothy and Steph Ramirez selling cupcakes and cake pieces; Kim Moran of Dakota Soaps with goats milk and all natural soaps, lotions, body washes, and bath bombs; Tracy Scott with her Treasures By Tracy Spa Baskets; Elavacity "smart coffee" by Rosemarie Shoop; Desirae Quinn selling decorated sugar cookies, homemade soap, candles, hair bows, crocheted hats, kitchen scrubbies, and cutting boards; and upcycled shirts, memo frames and Christmas decorations by Gerry Barnes-Baucom.

In the Phoenix Center find Pampered Chef products by Sara Barnes; Jafra cosmetics by Velda Bartel; Amy Hilger with her Amy's Creations handmade, personalized and made to order items such as towels, cutting boards, shirts and hats; Tastefully Simple by Dana Holben; Vicki Nash selling Shapewear and clothing; Faye Chambliss with jams and jellies; investment information from Edward Jones’ Carol Gengler; Grassland Gourmet and Gifts will have a variety of easy to prepare food products that are perfect for any gathering; Princess House crystal and bakeware by JoAnne Lagge; Karli McCance will have Dazzle for Days clothing, jewelry, purses, scarves, and belts; Audra Jensen Hageman will be selling dadaswesternbaby blankets, bibs and baby items; Ken Lyons will have his custom cutting boards for sale; The Homestead Quilt Guild will be conducting their quilt raffle; Chris Krause will be selling apple juice, and related products; Bev Duffel will have crocheted, fabric, and wood crafts for sale; Holy Cross Lutheran Church will have a lunch stand and bake sale; LuLaRoe clothing by Jennie Boe; Roden Fields by Mandy Steen; and Joane Beringer with pie, kuchen, and cookies.

Opportunities for ‘shopping local’ abound during the event as Onida businesses will be open late also.