The Montana Expo Park was packed on Saturday with people looking to finish their Christmas shopping with homemade goods and crafts.
Vendors included shirts, signs, jewelry, and wreaths among other items.
It was the second year for the event and organizers said they wanted to offer something different for holiday shoppers.
"We wanted to have an event where a lot of direct sales and homecrafters could display their products and give people a last chance to get some last minute Christmas products," Organizer Melissa Alexander said.
Fellow organizer Dawn Lucero said she had around 90 vendors and more booths had to be added to accommodate them.
Lucero added that the Last Chance Bazaar will always offer free admission.
The event ran from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Exhibition Hall.