Sooke’s Biggest Little Craft Fair

Upstairs and downstairs for the Sooke Fall Fair Christmas Fair

This year the Sooke Fall Fair Christmas fair, The Biggiest Little Craft Fair will take place on November 29. The fair is fully booked upstairs and downstairs with many amazing vendors.

The fair  will have lovely Christmas music both upstairs and downstairs. The Warm Hearts Concession will be serving vegetarian chili or beef barley soup with breadsticks for $5, as well as breakfast muffins, coffee, tea or hot chocolate on the ground floor.

Upstairs on the stage at Santa’s workshop, attendees will have the opportunity to build their own indoor or outdoor swag with decorations, cedar, holly and fir branches as well as imitation decorations, supplied by the fair,  for $5 The fees got towards  supporting the Sooke Fall Fair. You may order your swags ahead, to decorate your neighbourhood, call 250-812-2830.

Please support the Sooke Christmas Bureau at the door with your donations.

Come and enjoy the festive event and bring the kids to meet with a special fat man, dressed in red, who has set his schedule to be there  from 12 noon until 2 p.m. Bring your camera. See you all there.

Ellen Lewers

President Sooke Fall Fair

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