New Covid requirements scuttle popular Ontario holiday bazaar

The popular holiday bazaar slated this Saturday at Four Rivers Cultural Center has been cancelled. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

ONTARIO – The popular holiday bazaar at Four Rivers Cultural Center slated Saturday, Nov. 14 has been cancelled.

The event, which planned to host 50 vendors who feature gifts and crafts, was scratched because of a pause on all social gatherings announced by Gov. Kate Brown Friday.

According to a press release from the cultural center, “in order to comply with these new precautions as well as keep Malheur County residents safe, the Four Rivers Cultural Center has made the difficult decision to cancel the annual holiday bazaar.”

The governor’s pause limited social gatherings and events across Oregon and capped the number of people allowed indoors at 50 people.

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