SEASIDER  BAZAAR, 2017



2 great days with sunshine , wonderful crowds and willing volunteers made for a very successful Bazaar !
the 50/50 draw brought in $563.00 for the winning ticket! AND proceeds of $563.00 for the Seasiders.


   BONNIE   IS  ONE  HAPPY   50/50   WINNER   OF $563.00 !


*** Eileen presenting our 50/50 winner  Bonnie with her money !***


Our 2017  Bazaar Co- Chairs,  Diane VanDerPol  and  Chris Meilke
did a fabulous job and chaired a great Bazaar !

I know there were many sleepless nights.. but everything came together and the Bazaar ‘Took on a life of it’s own ‘ !

Thank you to all the volunteers who worked tireless hours to make this all happen.


The 2017 Seasiders Bazaar, held on February 10 and 11 at the Palm Beach Shores Community Center, was a big success ! This event would not have been possible without the hard work of all the Seasiders volunteers, their husbands and friends, and without the support of the Palm Beach Shores Mayor, the Police and Volunteer Fire Departments, the Public Works staff and the Town Hall staff.

The Seasiders also appreciate the local business that supported the Bazaar  the SeaSpray Hotel and Restaurant,  Sailfish Marina, Cannonsport Marina,  Publix and the Singer Island Rotary.   It was truly a community effort !

The 2017 Bazaar raised $12,500.00  and the proceeds go to local charities:   American Legion Riders Homeless Veteran Program,  JAY Ministries,  Lake Park Elementary School ,  Little Smiles,  New Adult Day Care,  Ryan’s Case for Smiles,  St. George’s Meals Program,  St. George’s Summer Program and the Seasiders Scholarship of the Rotary Scholarship Fund.

Thank you everyone who made our 2017 Bazaar a success ! We look forward to next year Feb 9,10, 2018 !

Co-Chair, Diane VanderPol

Bazaar Co-Chair, Chris wondering where she will get more ‘space’

Community Service Chair, Janet overseeing  ‘Christmas’

Dale getting the ‘Plant’ table up and running
                                                             Diane,,,,,, help !

Seasider President sorting out the “Craft” table

Nancy is trying on the latest fashion for the north !

The ‘Linen’ gals can’t decide to put their items under or on the tables 

I think Barb is finding a ‘treasure’ in the clothing dept.

O.K. ……… where does this go ?

Everything from soup to nuts !

These Bazaar 2017 pictures are courtesy of Mickie Foutain and her wonderful camera skills.



2016 Bazaar



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2016 Bazaar
Feb 12 and 13, 2016 Seasider Bazaar held at the Palm Beach Shores Community Center was a great success thanks to the many volunteer Seasiders.

The 50/50 ticket sales were $946.00 and half of that amount, $473.00 going to the luck ticket winner, Peggy !

The beautiful hand made quilt made by Marilyn Degler was won by Cathy Sommers, the most surprised person in the room !

The Seasiders would like to thank all those who volunteered time and their many talents to make this charity bazaar a great success !

Thank you to all who visited the bazaar and made it such a wonderful two day event.

The 2016 Bazaar raised just over $ 9,000.00 for local charities.
Thank you to everyone who volunteered in any way, purchased our fabulous finds, donated and contributed, IT WAS A GREAT SUCCESS 1


2015 BAZAAR Report

Our 2015 Seasider Bazaar was held on Feb 13 and 14th at the Palm Beach Shores Community Center.
It was a great success in various ways.
It allowed local residence to clean their cupboards, closets and garages and know that their trash would be converted into some else’s treasures and that their donations would be going to a worthy cause.
It allowed local businesses to support us by sponsoring us with donated goods, food or gift certificates for our raffles.
It allowed the community to come together and volunteer their time and talents. This included Seasiders, friends and family along with the PBS Police, Volunteer Firefighters and Town Staff totaling approximately 100 people.
It allowed residence of PBS, visitors to Singer Island and people from further afield to come and experience the excitement of finding treasures and essentials that they did not know they needed. There was a full range of goods in one location. Ranging from plant to floral arrangements, from baked good to a food court, from knick knacks to fine collectibles, from crafts to kitchen gadgets, to electronics, from a 50/50 raffle to a beautiful quilt raffle.
Most importantly it allowed Seasiders to raise $11,700.00 for our local charities. This year the recipients of our funds were:
The Rotary Scholarship program, the Women’s Chamber Scholarship program, Lake Park Elementary School, St. George’s Meals Program, St. George’s After School Program, ConKerr Cancer, American Legion Riders and the PBS Volunteer Firefighters Association.
Thank you all for your support as we continue to service our community.

Irene VanSoelen, Chairman