November 18, 2010
Silver Jewelry, Handmade Pottery, Silk Scarves, Homemade Jams, Glass Fusion Pendants, Tie Dye Shirts, Woodcarvings, Beadwork, Embroidery, Crochet, Quilting and SO much more.
It’s time for the Fraser Valley Rec District’s 12th Annual Holiday Craft Fair.
I began this event 12 years ago with the support of Patty Alander and Francie de Vos because of our belief in the arts. Selfishly, I wanted to do my holiday shopping in Grand County and had family that “wanted for nothing” but appreciated unique gifts.
We live in a county that is full of vibrant, creative people, so why not appreciate their talents and give them an opportunity to share their unique gifts and crafts?
I hope everyone can find a little time in their day on Saturday, Nov. 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to stop by the 12th Annual Holiday Craft Fair and help us celebrate the holidays with our gifted community.
The event will be held for the first time at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center, and we have over 45 booths. The Holiday Craft Fair is a free community event.
If you decide to “stay and play,” the FVMRD is offering non-members entry to use the facility at $3 for youth 17 and under and $5 for adults. Children 2 and under are free.
We will also be offering childcare and a craft corner in the playful penguin room from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., for $2 an hour. Shop in peace and let your child create a craft for your holiday decorations.
We hope you are able to take advantage of this special Holiday event. Come support our local artisans and enjoy a day with your family and friends. Hope to see your there.