Local crafters and small businesses have been busy with holiday shoppers all weekend, and today was no exception.
The fourth annual Jingle Bell House show was held to offer a wide range of gift opportunities.
Souris River United Way and Minot High DECA have paired up this year to put on the event which raised funds for not only their organizations, but the muscular dystrophy association as well.
This year they had 48 vendors, filled with everything from makeup, to jewelry, to homemade clothes and decorations.
And according to the event coordinator, this year had the biggest and best turn out yet.
(Kasha Nels, Event Coordinator) "I think that they love to come to our show because we make it a point to have the very best crafters, the very best trenders.. and at the same time, yes, all the money does stay here locally. And when you shop small business, it helps your community as a whole. And that's just really important to us."
Over 700 dollars was raised at the show for Souris River United way.