Fall Fair Flea Market

Products from farms and gardens for sale through spring market

The Sooke Fall Fair is celebrating family farming with Easter baking you can take home and freeze along with everything from plants and seeds to collectibles, knitting and sewing. On March 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Sooke Fall Fair Flea Market will be held in the dining room at the Sooke Community Hall, featuring the Needlecraft Section.  There will be various displays  and demonstrations, and a quilt on the frame for us to work  on. This quilt will be going to the Quilts of Valour  project.

 

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