Fall fair looking for young entrepreneurs

Young entrepreneurs (ages 2-18) invited to last market before fall fair

Attention all young entrepreneurs: Sooke Fall Fair is hosting a swap ’n’ shop featuring young entrepreneurs (ages 2-18) at its last market before the fair.

The swap ’n’ shop is Aug. 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sooke Community Hall.

“[The] fall fair, will help you with preparing, pricing, displaying and marketing your products. We will supply you with a free table and space to market your wares,” said fall fair president Ellen Lewers in a press release.

“Do you have clothing, toys, art projects, crafts, produce, baking, sewing or knitting projects? Sooke Fall Fair welcomes you to join our market.”

To register, please go online to sookefallfair.ca or call 250-812-2830. Adult vendors may also register at the website for $15.

This market is also where you can pick up and pay for your tags for the early fair entries in advance. All late entries double in price.

“At this market we will also show you how to win with your entries at the fair. How to display your fruits and flowers to win,” Lewers said.

The Sooke Fall Fair is Sept. 10 and 11.

 

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