This year's bazaar features local artisans and purveyors of handmade goods such as jewelry, art, food, textiles, stationery, pottery, and fashion. In addition to the shopping experience, food vendors will provide lunch at a nominal fee. Admission to the bazaar is free and open to the public.
Sweet Noshings Jennifer Williams Art Kate Oates Art Thistle and Bee B. Dazzle Candyland Boutique Shelby Jewel Eye Spy Pretty Nails PixieLane Farryl Silver Flowers Local Memphis Red Lizard Farms Bath & Body FOUR AND NINE Rumble Boxing Gym Midtown Memphis Dena Nance Jewelry Memphis University School Doc Pottery 901 Jeanette Leake Art Tallent Made Olivia Avery Art Hello Garage Jen's Southern Style Boutique SpectacularSkin,Inc. The Goldn Company Lakeland Leatherworks Danes Road Antiques Randy Jefferson Catering Couch Barware Esthetiques Skin Spa Oxbeau Hutchison School Buzz Shop Larksome Goods Allie Rox Designs Kits and Giggles Alex Beard Art Collected by Elizabeth Malmo Bailey Caroline Jewelry Frazer Campbell Art ABM Art Belle’s Grace All Natural Dog Treats Mbabazi House of Style The LW Jewelry Co. Loveleigh Designs Mary Kay Cosmetics by Stephanie Thrall Pressed Blossom Delta Blues Pottery Janey Bee Jems Retrotherapy Vintage Jewelry by Nancy Barry Pottery Shed SeneGence Love, Bren Pampered Chef 901 Drift Crowned Free Kcpolyclay Mystic Laurel Phillip Ashley Chocolates Castaway Creations Michelle's Craft Studio Cutco Cutlery Bluff City Scentsy Broken Glass by KJ Colors by Kait Shotwell Candy Co. Slay the Clay Mrs Bear’s Wood Art BV Young Clay UR Fragrance and UR Bath Essential SteeleDivine Cosmetics Just Polly Boutique Lesley Creates Melony Designs Renee Gibson Art SmackTalk Co. Sommer Honey Klb Interior Finds Pindi House
FOOD TRUCKS Blanchard’s OG Patisserie and Coffee Wings On The Fly Dipsticle Artisan Gelato Cafe FRESH GULF SHRIMP Smurfey's Smokehouse Soi number 9 Mempops
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About the Beeline Bazaar
The Beeline Bazaar started more than a decade ago as an initiative led by the junior class to raise money for the student-run Community Service Endowment Fund and the traditional Junior-Senior Luncheon. In the past 16 years, the Beeline Bazaar has become a widely popular event in the Memphis community for both local vendors and shoppers. The Bazaar provides valuable, hands-on learning experiences for the students involved, teaching marketing, entrepreneurship, and event management skills to the Hutchison juniors who run the event.
The Beeline Bazaar also extends beyond Hutchison, as a majority of the proceeds are given back to the community through nonprofit grants to organizations that benefit the greater Memphis area. The money is allocated by the Hutchison Community Service Endowment Fund, which is directed by the student-run Philanthropic Literacy Board. Some of the nonprofits that we have granted money in years past include: Carpenter Art Garden and the Family Safety Center, as well as the Memphis Child Advocacy Center.
The 15-year student and recent recipient of the Ideal Hutchison Girl Award credits Hutchison for providing opportunities for her to delve deeper into her interests and helping her become a strong student and creative innovator.
The National Merit Finalist and 15-year student has distinguished herself by pursuing challenging academic opportunities in math and science and following her various interests along the way. She credits Hutchison for fostering her intellectual curiosity and love of learning.
Fifteen-year student and National Merit Commended Student Brooke Fair ’23 is an award-winning singer-songwriter who has released an album, an EP, and several singles all before graduating high school. This talented artist also is a dedicated student whose music accomplishments have come while achieving academic success.