Homemade Buckeyes are a favorite in the General Store of Trinity United Methodist Church’s Christmas Bazaar. Robin Stewart, left, Pam Vincent and Becky Binkley work on dipping Buckeyes. (DHI Media/File photo)
Homemade Buckeyes are a favorite in the General Store of Trinity United Methodist Church’s Christmas Bazaar. Robin Stewart, left, Pam Vincent and Becky Binkley work on dipping Buckeyes. (DHI Media/File photo)
DELPHOS — As soon as the Thanksgiving turkey leftovers are gone, Trinity United Methodist Women host the annual Christmas Bazaar. This year’s event is from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday at Trinity’s Family Life Center at 702 Ambrose Drive.

Preparations are well underway with caramels, Buckeyes and noodles being made and crafty and canning members furiously preparing their goods.

Beef and ham dinners with all the trimmings will be offered from 4-6:30 p.m. with the General Store and Sweet Shoppe open until 7 p.m.

Meals include beef or ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, noodles, green beans, cole slaw, applesauce, roll and a slice of pie for $9 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Meals are dine-in or carry-out.

General Store and Sweet Shoppe will offer baked goods, homemade candies and crafts and more.

The event moved to the Life Center in 2015. Chair Carol Higbea said everyone enjoys the new facility.

“Those who come like it because it’s roomier and the kitchen is bigger for those who work it,” she said. “The bazaar continues to grow every year.”

This is Trinity United Methodist Women’s main fundraiser for the year.

“The proceeds are used for projects that benefit women and children,” Higbea said. “We help support Andrew’s House, the Friendly Center, Family Promise, Samaritan House and more.”

Additional parking is available on the north side of Vanamatic with shuttle service available upon request.