The Sooke Fall Fair Craft and Curio Fair takes place on December 7.

Sooke Fall Fair Craft and Curio Fair on Dec. 7

You cam make your own swag at the fall fair Christmas fair

This year’s Sooke Fall Fair Craft and Curios Fair will be on Saturday, December 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

At our fair we will supply greenery and decorations so that folks can make their own Christmas Swags. This year we are partnering with the Arts and Beautification Group, headed by Brenda Parkinson along with the Mayor, to help to decorate Sooke. Our joint slogan is “Put A Swag On.”

We have invite folks to come and make a swag with a donation of $5 to the Fall fair or to have one made for $10. You can order ahead if you like by emailing me at mrslewersfarmhouse@shaw.ca.

We are asking that you adopt a telephone pole in your area, or display your swag, swags at a prominent place on your property for others to enjoy our “Wild by Nature” green swags.

See you all there and thanks to Fall Fair members and Jessica Boquist for the donations of greenery and decorations. You are also welcome to bring your own greenery and you will be guided by Fall Fair volunteers as well as the Arts and Beautification volunteers.

The New Fall Fair Executive are President, Ellen Lewers, Vice-President-Glyse Clarkston, Secretary-June Wesley, Treasure- Marie Mills, directors- Sheila Hubbard,Candace Linde, Laura Vowles, Martha Moore, Wendy Visser and past-president Ida McDonald.

Submitted by Ellen Lewers

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