CRAFTS: The Orient Bay market is adorned with its most beautiful garlands


Santa Claus has been in high demand over the past few days, but he was particularly keen to visit the Orient Bay Christmas craft market before the big holiday weekend.

Throughout the territory, there were many Christmas markets, some standing out from the others. The one installed on the village square of Orient Bay is always a pleasure for locals and passing tourists. Organized by the "BO Ti Marché" association, the Orient Bay market takes place every week with a big special edition for Christmas, a celebration dear to Rachelle's heart, disguised for the occasion as Mrs. Claus, Manoua and Jean-Michel. The trio had concocted some nice surprises for visitors, light garlands, inflatable decorations with a snowman, fir tree, teddy bear and Father Christmas for the occasion... while waiting for the real one that came on the last evening of the three Christmas markets, last Friday . With his basket of sweets and small gifts, Santa Claus greeted each child he met on his way to join his chair installed on the kiosk in the village square for the photo shoot and the distribution of sweets. The adults took advantage of the occasion by immortalizing the moment to keep a beautiful memory of this evening marked under the sign of Christmas and crafts.

Some of them even posed with the guest of honor. On the market side, eleven stands run by local designers enabled those present to do their last Christmas shopping. Jewels, paintings, handmade soaps in the shape of cakes and cupcakes, wooden decorations, ready-to-wear, there was no shortage of gift ideas. If the Orient Bay market awaits you next week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 18 p.m. to 22 p.m., you will have to wait until next year to find the Christmas decorations, musical entertainment and other surprises... Little hint: the An event not to be missed for carousel-loving children! _VX

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