Gift fair, parade to light up Moab holidays
MARC, Grand Center and DUP host bazaars
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This float was featured in the 2016 Electric Light Parade. The parade is one of many holiday events going on in Moab this weekend.	 Times-Independent file photo
This float was featured in the 2016 Electric Light Parade. The parade is one of many holiday events going on in Moab this weekend. Times-Independent file photo
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Are you ready for some Christmas? The holidays and all their cheer start this weekend. A total of six events will mark the beginning of the holidays in Moab.

The annual Grand Center Holiday Gift Fair is set for Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1-2 at Grand Center, located at 182 North 500 West. The event, which will feature a variety of handmade and retail items, runs from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.

The kitchen will be open and will feature Navajo tacos, sodas and sticky buns. Vendor tables are still available. Call 435-259-6623 for more information.

Another holiday event this weekend is the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers-Moab Camp (DUP) annual bazaar. It will be held at the DUP meetinghouse next to the old cabin between Center Street Gym and Star Hall on Friday. For more information on the Christmas tree lighting, Electric Light Parade and MARC gift fair events happening this weekend, see page B1.

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