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Greenspring Hosts 14th Annual Holiday Bazaar

December 12, 2018

Greenspring recently hosted its 14th annual Holiday Bazaar. More than 500 of the Springfield, Virginia community's residents attended the bazaar, which was also open to residents' families and Greenspring staff.

This year's event featured 75 different vendors offering everything from handmade paper goods and holiday wreaths to jewelry and gourmet chocolates.

"We're pleased to have a more diverse group of vendors this year than ever before," said Dwayne Ward, Community Resources Coordinator at Greenspring. "Our goal was to provide our residents and guests with a wide variety to choose from for their holiday shopping and hopefully find a little something for everyone on their list."

About one-third of the bazaar's 75 vendors were Greenspring residents. "We have so many gifted artisans here at Greenspring, and this event provides a unique opportunity for them to share their talents," said Janelle Cesari, Community Resources Coordinator.  

Among those talents on display were photography, art, writing, knitting and much more. In addition to perusing the goods for sale, residents also had the opportunity to enjoy a buffet lunch and participate in multiple raffles throughout the day. Raffle winners were able to choose an item from those donated by each outside vendor from the local Northern Virginia community.

"This year's Bazaar was a huge success," Cesari continued. "It was a wonderful way to celebrate the season and all of the special gifts we are fortunate to enjoy right here at Greenspring."

About Greenspring: Greenspring, one of 19 continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living®, is situated on a scenic 58-acre campus in Springfield, Virginia. The community is located in Fairfax County and is home to nearly 2,000 residents who are supported by a team of more than 1,000 employees. Additional information about Greenspring can be found at GreenspringCommunity.com.

Photo Caption: Greenspring resident Larry Rood shared his talent for photography with holiday shoppers at the community's 14th Annual Holiday Bazaar.

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