Over 20 different cultures banded together under one roof to share their cultures in Saskatoon.
The 3rd annual International Bazaar hosted exhibits from over 20 countries ranging from food to artwork at the Cosmo Senior Centre on Saturday.
“It’s really a trip around the world going from one exhibition table to the other,” said Jean-Philippe Deneault from the open door society
“People will be able to bring back home say a painting from an artist originally from Venezuela,” Deneault said. “Or some jewelry made by someone from Hungary or Mexico or watercolours from an artist from China.”
Some of the food includes pastries from Syria, Vegetarian Dal from India and spicy Mexican salsa.
“(It’s) the best place to purchase affordable gifts and treats for the holiday season while encouraging budding local, global entrepreneurs,” Deneault said.
The vendors on display were able to set up at no charge, in an effort to encourage local entrepreneurship.