CHARLES KONG SOO
This year’s Bits and Pieces artisan market at MovieTowne’s Banquet and Conference Centre, Port-of -Spain, yesterday attracted a larger turnout of patrons after most of the country’s COVID-19 restrictions were lifted.
Featuring 100 local vendors, Tobago was also represented by Teabago and another vendor, customers could shop from a wide and diverse range of products from local cuisine, sweets, cookies, calendars, bottle preserves, Christmas cookies, jewellery, soaps, candles, stained glass, leather goods, wind chimes, fine art, sculptures, photography, mosaics, local books, local fashion, wooden furniture and accessories located on three floors of MovieTowne.
Shoppers Renne and Shannon from Diego Martin were enjoying Bao Caribbean’s unique and delicious take on the traditional Chinese bao having a pastelle bao and char siu bao respectively.
Elizabeth “Lady” Montano, Machel Montano’s mother was there at the family’s Montanos’ Chocolate Company booth promoting the company’s chocolates, her book “King of Soca”, Machel’s activity book “Boy Boy and The Magic Drum”, T-shirts and other merchandise.
Former national cyclist and artist Micheal Phillips is seen painting a hummingbird at the Bits and Pieces artisan market at the Fiesta Plaza, MovieTowne, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
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