Shyanne Noordhof and Amber Beck check out the crafts at the Kitsumkalum Christmas Gift and Craft Fair at Kitsumkalum Hall Dec. 7.

Craft fairs offer variety of gift ideas

Terrace Art Gallery and Kitsumkalum Craft Fair bring out Christmas shoppers on weekend.

People flocked to two Christmas craft fairs to check out the items that would make great Christmas gifts.

Art gallery visitors could buy artwork, pottery, wood carvings, Christmas flower decorations, wreaths, handmade clothing and jewelry and a bake sale at the entrance enticed some to buy goodies too.

The Kitsumkalum Hall was crowded as people checkout out items and listened for the door prizes to be announced. All kinds of Christmas treats were up to buy plus bath items, knit items, Tupperware, jewelry, 100th year celebration 2014 calendars and more.


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