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Photos: Chris Parker

Hundreds of people milled about at the McBride High School on Saturday for the popular Christmas Craft Fair. People came from as far away as Prince George, Jasper, and Valemount. Wonderful gifts, baking, home furnishing items, candles, knitting/crocheting, children’s games, cartoon calendars and more were among the items for sale. The 46 vendors contributed 10% of their profits to help with various projects at the high school.

Some of the crafts continue to be available at the Robson Indoor Market, The Whistle Stop Gallery or at the various other fairs held within the local area.

Upcoming events include the Annual Seventh Day Adventists Fair held in the Legion Hall (scheduled for November 30 at 6 pm), while the Hospital Auxiliary Extravaganza is to be held on Saturday December 7th at 7 p.m. at the EV Free Church.
Above: Beautiful sewing crafts were on sale thanks to the hard work of Joette Starchuck and Heather Callagham Below: Incredibly delicate and intricate Psanky Eggs created by Heather Zahn.