Lans­downe Christ­mas craft sale

Start­ing the hol­i­day shop­ping early

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The first Christ­mas craft fair and sale of the sea­son went off with­out a hitch at the com­mu­nity build­ing in Lans­downe. About 65 ven­dors and crafters came out to pro­vide a nice va­ri­ety of items for peo­ple to get a jump on their hol­i­day buy­ing. All kinds of items were avail­able, from­toys to cloth­ing to hol­i­day decor. In ad­di­tion to the var­i­ous sales ta­bles, the Women’s In­sti­tute pro­vided a hot lunch for a rea­son­able price. Funds raised go to help projects for the Leeds and Thou­sand Is­lands His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety.

LOR­RAINE PAYETTE/ FOR POST­MEDIA NET­WORK

Olive Schi­jns was sell­ing dolls at the Lans­downe Christ­mas Craft Sale. Over 65 crafters and ven­dors were avail­able to of­fer all man­ner of hand­made items, and the Women’s In­sti­tute pro­vided a good lunch for a rea­son­able cost.

Lori-Anne Berg­w­erff was out sell­ing dolls to help raise funds for Our Kenyan Kids. All money raised goes di­rectly to the char­ity which ad­dresses the needs of poor and sick chil­dren and young adults in Kenya.

LOR­RAINE PAYETTE/ FOR POST­MEDIA NET­WORK

The en­tire build­ing was filled with ac­tiv­ity at the Lans­downe Christ­mas Craft Sale. Over 65 crafters and ven­dors were avail­able to of­fer all man­ner of hand­made items, and theWomen’s In­sti­tute pro­vided a good lunch for a rea­son­able cost.

Ea­ger shop­pers came out to get a jump on their hol­i­day shop­ping at the Lans­downe Christ­mas Craft Sale. Over 65 crafters and ven­dors were avail­able to of­fer all man­ner of hand­made items, and theWomen’s In­sti­tute pro­vided a good lunch for a rea­son­able cost.

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