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REPORTING · 18th April 2012
Walter McFarlane
The Annual Spring Craft and Business Fair took place at Riverlodge on Saturday, April 14th. 89 craft venders came out meaning there were less then normal. However, the day was still packed.

“We had lots of people come through. We had lots of food venders going on,” Marcy Rice. “It’s quiet but it’s been a good fair.”

Crafts included artwork, photos, leather work, wood work, knitting, jewellery and knitting. The food fair was well packed. There was horseback riding outside the recreation centre and a Zebra was almost brought down. However, according to Rice, it was too young to join in.

Quinton Freeman from Uplands Nursery put on three workshops during the Craft Fair. The first was on perennials, the second was how to keep flowers blooming longer through out the year and there was one on low maintenance gardening.
Heidi Born sells her handmade boxes and wildlife burls
Heidi Born sells her handmade boxes and wildlife burls
Kaitlyn Young sells homemade picture cards featuring photos from Victoria and Kitimat, she wants to go into photography
Kaitlyn Young sells homemade picture cards featuring photos from Victoria and Kitimat, she wants to go into photography
Ben Anker, Caitlyn Dunton, Jenessa Klukas and Libby Towse fundraise for their trip to Serve 2012 by cleaning tables.
Ben Anker, Caitlyn Dunton, Jenessa Klukas and Libby Towse fundraise for their trip to Serve 2012 by cleaning tables.
Cindy Materi from Kitwanga sells Jewelry.  The samples here were made from rocks along the Skeena.
Cindy Materi from Kitwanga sells Jewelry. The samples here were made from rocks along the Skeena.