Christmas shopping and supporting Dublin Jerome High School will fall under the same category Saturday, Dec. 7.
The Jerome High School PTO will hold its annual Holiday Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, offering more than 100 vendors for holiday shopping.
"This is the fifth year we've had the bazaar," said Carole Kinkopf, bazaar chairwoman.
"To date we have 101 vendors signed up to be there," she said.
"We have a really wide variety of vendor types."
Several jewelry vendors will have offerings at the bazaar ranging from sterling silver and freshwater pearl to antiques and beads, Kinkopf said.
Totes, bags, Buckeye wares, home decor items and holidays crafts will also be available for purchase at the bazaar, in addition to home show vendors such as Pampered Chef and Tastefully Simple.
"We have 30 more vendors this year than last," Kinkopf said. "We are going to be filled to the gills."
Poinsettias will also be available for purchase and concessions will be offering sandwiches and pastries.
Those looking for a surprise can buy raffle tickets to win an item from one of the bazaar vendors.
"The other thing we do that's quite fun, each vendor donates an item that they sell," Kinkopf said.
"We have a raffle and raffle off these items ... . You can get nice gifts."
Raffle tickets are available for $1 each, six for $5, 15 for $10 or 35 for $20.
Crafts will be available for children as parents shop, free of charge.
One PTO parent is the director of Enchanted Care Learning Center and is offering her services for the event.
"She, as a community service project, is donating all crafts and her staff is going to man the table," Kinkopf said.
Entry into the Holiday Bazaar is free, but proceeds from the raffle and other elements of the event will benefit the PTO.
"This is a PTO-sponsored fundraiser," Kinkopf said.
"It's the largest fundraiser for the PTO. It funds the majority of the programs."
The PTO helps fund programs such as Challenge Day, the Baccalaureate program for seniors, teacher appreciation events and after prom, Kinkopf said.
"This is just a one-stop shopping opportunity to support local craft vendors as well as the school and get some unique and interesting gifts," she said.
"We'll have some interesting gifts you won't find at the mall.
"You can support the school and do some Christmas shopping."