Fall Fair Market coming up

Saturday market offers wide variety of items for sale

The Sooke Fall Fair is getting into the swing of organizing for this year’s fair, scheduled for September 5-6 at the Sooke Community Hall.

Each of the weeks when they hold a market they have a highlight to focus on. Each of the focuses is based on categories in the fair.

On Saturday, April 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. a market is being held in the Sooke Community Hall on the upper level. The market will highlight Needlecraft and ways to renew, re-stitch, reuse fabric and knitting in creative ways. Also for sale will be handcrafted, new and used, unique items, jewelry, plants, essential oils, baking. A light concession wih coffee and tea will be available.

The Sooke Community Hall, located on Sheilds Road across from Mom’s Cafe is wheelchair accessible. Tables for the market are available for $10. Call to book, 250-474-5771.

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