Craft sale sea­son

Crowds flock to three dif­fer­ent events on the week­end

Kenora Daily Miner and News - - COMMUNITY PHOTOS - PHO­TOS BY KATH­LEEN CHARLEBOIS/DAILY MINER AND NEWS

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.

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