Craft sale season
Crowds flock to three different events on the weekend
As a low pressure system moved up through Wyoming towards Kenora with considerable snowfall, people looking for local Christmas gifts did the craft sale circuit on Saturday, Nov. 4.
There were three different sales: the Kenora Crafters 23rd annual craft sale at Seven Generations Educations Institute, the ninth annual Kenora Warmth and Wellness (Ladies in Black) fall fundraiser at the Rideout Community Centre and a Christmas craft and bake sale at the Kenora Curling Club.
(main photo) The snowfall warning seemed to put people in the mood for Christmas shopping on Saturday, Nov. 4, when three different craft sales took place in the city, including the Kenora Crafters 23rd annual craft show at the Seven Generations Education Institute event centre.
Dolores Martin of Two Chic's Gift's is framed by ornaments and evergreen as she bags an item for a customer.
Over at the Rideout Community Centre, Charles Hardy was selling his wood owl creations for the Kenora Warmth and Wellness (Ladies In Black) Fall Fundraiser, along with daughter Pam Hardy.
The Barefoot Books table, manned by Natasha Tsevende, was a popular stop for families.
Becky Goodridge poses with her macrame hangings and wildlife art.