Finish up your holiday shopping at Stardust's Grandma Party Bazaar this Sunday

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“Is this a party for grandmas?” asks my own grandmother at dinner the other night. She was browsing Facebook, like all 76-year-olds do, and stumbled upon the Grandma Party Bazaar. Taking place at Stardust Video & Coffee in Audubon Park, the Grandma Party brings together some of Orlando’s most eclectic artists and musicians for a till-the-keg-runs-dry good time. Don’t waste hundreds of dollars on that iPad Mini for mom. Buy local! It’ll pull at the heartstrings harder than mass-produced tech gear. If you can’t make it, but are still feeling the grandma vibe, tune in to WPRK 91.5 FM as they broadcast live from Stardust. DJ Nigel John kicks the party off while local favorites Wet Nurse, Timothy Eerie and many more take to the stage throughout the day. But don’t worry about these “grandmas” judging your bad behavior – there’s plenty of room on the naughty list. 

10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13 | Stardust Video & Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road | 407-623-3393 | grandmapartybazaar.tumblr.com | free


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