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Eileen Hutson was selling off an entire row of paintings at the craftfair.
REPORTING · 6th April 2011
Walter McFarlane
The Annual Spring Craft Fair took place at Riverlodge on Saturday April 2nd. Riverlodge was packed full of tables, buyers as well as people who were interested in the crafts which were on display.

“We’ve actually got quite a few venders around for spring,” said Marcy Rice. “It’s very nice to have a lot of new ones for spring.”

In addition to the crafters and venders, Uplands Nursery was present to put on workshops through out the day. The first workshop was on cultivating roses. The second was on hanging baskets.

75 venders came to Kitimat from as far away as Smithers to sell their wares. Attendance was excellent through out the day.
Burga Anderson from Terrace was selling gourmet sauces from the Sunset Gourmet Food Company
Burga Anderson from Terrace was selling gourmet sauces from the Sunset Gourmet Food Company
Plates and Knitting by Vaddie Bond from Kitimat
Plates and Knitting by Vaddie Bond from Kitimat
Beautiful wooden boxes by Roy Harding from Terrace
Beautiful wooden boxes by Roy Harding from Terrace
Who could resist the International Food Fair.
Who could resist the International Food Fair.