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REPORTING · 9th November 2010
Walter McFarlane
The 36th Annual Christmas Craft Fair took place on Friday November 5th and ran until four on Saturday, November 6th. Riverlodge was packed with crafters, businesses and Christmas shoppers looking for gifts and knick-knacks for their loved ones.


“It’s our 36th Annual Christmas Craft fair,” said Marcy Rice who organized the fair. “We have over 130 venders everywhere from Prince George to Prince Rupert, across the North.”

Crafts, Jewellery, Woodworking, Weaving and small businesses were counted among the crafters this year. There were not as many crafters as last year. However, the International Food Fair was a treat with baking, food from around the world and much, much more.
Local weaver Lucy Slykernman was in the Seniors Centre Weaving away on her loom
Local weaver Lucy Slykernman was in the Seniors Centre Weaving away on her loom
One booth was selling the work of local artist Summer Breeze
One booth was selling the work of local artist Summer Breeze
Margaret McDonald from smithers was selling her handcrafted Pottery
Margaret McDonald from smithers was selling her handcrafted Pottery