Nov. 19-Dec. 2, 1999
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Guide cites U.Va., Casteen for leadership and character development efforts
History will judge Clinton harshly, Woodward tells Miller Center crowd

Cancer Center fosters world-class research and clinical care

Slingluff team developing melanoma vaccine
The Academical Village in the Internet Age
What's in the water in Charlottesville?
Internet, the media and politics
In Memoriam
Correction
Thanksgiving staples: warm food, warmer memories
Hot Links - Plymouth Colony Archive Project
Conference maps spread of nuclear weapons technology
Artisans Bazaar set for Dec. 3-5
TOP NEWS

Artisans Bazaar set for Dec. 3-5

The annual Artisans Bazaar will be held in Newcomb Hall Ballroom Dec. 3 through 5. Doors are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

More than 25 local artisans will feature handcrafted goods ranging in price from $5 to $50. Items include jewelry, candles, woodcarvings, herbal items, stained glass, stoneware, painted plates, leather goods and lampshades.

Take a break from shopping to enjoy cookies or card decorating while listening to live entertainment provided by members of the University community. Door prizes, donated by the artisans, will also be awarded.

For information, contact Jen Hoffman of University Union at 924-3286. The bazaar is sponsored by the Newcomb Hall Programs Office.


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