Thursday Oct 02 2008 comments Buddhist Church displays bonsai beauties -A +A Keith Hopkinson, with Chase and Belle Hopkinson, of Newcastle. Members of the Penryn Fire District at their booth at the Placer Buddhist Church festival. Paying for desserts and other specialties at the Food Bazaar. Festival goers fill the two new tents, new to this year's Food Bazaar. Waiting in line to pick up a barbecued chicken dinner. Sheryl Kooyer, of Newcastle, is amazed that such a small fuji apple tree can produce such large fruit. ?It?s remarkable,? Kooyer said. The bonsai display was part of the annual Buddhist Festival, held Saturday, Sept. 27, by the Placer Buddhist Church in Penryn. Newcastle's Keith Hopkinson shows the Buddhist temple to Belle Hopkinson. Flower arrangements line the walls of the Buddhist Church temple. From left, Joe Ganoung, James Ganoung and Kim Ganoung, and Bob Taylor, all of Loomis, pick up food to go at the Placer Buddhist Church Food Bazaar. The temple of the Placer Buddhist Church in Penryn is open to the public during the festival. Picking out gifts at the Food Bazaar.