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Volunteer Virginia Mullen gets set for the Chiselers Market that will fill Plant Hall at the University of Tampa on Saturday, March 15. Shrewd shoppers wait all year for the bargains to be found from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The women’s preservation organization has collected loads of gently-used furniture, artwork, books,housewares, china, silverware and collectibles. T he Bargain Center at the rear of the historic building is brimming with kitchen items, holiday decor, fabric, toys and electronics. Plants and flowers are sold on the verandah. All proceeds are used for the restoration of the 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel. Visit Chiselersinc.org for more information.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Volunteer Virginia Mullen gets set for the Chiselers Market that will fill Plant Hall at the University of Tampa on Saturday, March 15. Shrewd shoppers wait all year for the bargains to be found from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The women’s preservation organization has collected loads of gently-used furniture, artwork, books,housewares, china, silverware and collectibles. T he Bargain Center at the rear of the historic building is brimming with kitchen items, holiday decor, fabric, toys and electronics. Plants and flowers are sold on the verandah. All proceeds are used for the restoration of the 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel. Visit Chiselersinc.org for more information.

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