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Lawrence Brulotte was selling specialty carved antlers at his table.
REPORTING · 28th November 2009
Walter McFarlane
The Kitimat City Centre Mall began their Annual Christmas / Fall Craft Fair over the weekend starting November 27th. Displays were on 31 tables by crafters containing all kinds of wonders from cards, knitting, jewelery to woodwork, paintings and many other crafts. The furthest crafter came from the Nass Valley.

Friday was also Pajama Day in the Downtown Core. Shoppers were encouraged to wear their PJ’s into the mall to receive discounts from several stores. Participating again this year was Overwieghtea Foods who were serving Appetisers and drawing for door prizes. Most of the stores were open late tonight.

The mall was fairly busy on Friday as well. The Rotary Auction was going on in the upper level of the Mall as was the 10,000 Villages Shopping Extravaganza.

Alice Holmes and Pearl Lennox continued to work on their projects during the craft fair.
Alice Holmes and Pearl Lennox continued to work on their projects during the craft fair.
Elfryda Bienias and Margaret Ferns had their tables right next to the entrance to the mall.
Elfryda Bienias and Margaret Ferns had their tables right next to the entrance to the mall.
Some of the crafters came out in their PJ's such as Tracy Petly
Some of the crafters came out in their PJ's such as Tracy Petly
Shirly Calder and Hayley Galante were selling jewelry at their table
Shirly Calder and Hayley Galante were selling jewelry at their table