Danville, VA - It's been a long standing tradition in Danville for decades, and it's back this weekend.
The Holiday Bazaar kicked off Saturday at the Danville Community Market bright and early at 8 a.m.
There are 85 vendors selling their goods. Organizers said there are thousands of items to choose from such as artwork, jewelry, clothing and baked goods.
They said it's the perfect opportunity to find some unique Christmas gifts for a great price that you won't find in the stores.
"It's the perfect time. A lot of these gifts are one of a kind. You don't find them anywhere else and this is probably the only chance to really come out and buy them, so it's great," said Jacob McCann, Program Coordinator for the Crossing at the Dan.
Organizers expect to have over 1,000 people at Holiday Bazaar throughout the day. It'll be going on until 2 p.m. Admission is free.