TAG Art sale Dec. 7

First Nation, Metis and Aboriginal art and craft for sale

Artists and crafts people from the T’Sou-Ke Arts Group (TAG)  will be hosting their 5th Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Show and Sale on Saturday, December 7 at the old Catholic church on Lazzar Road, across the highway from EMCS.

Aboriginal, Metis and  First Nations artists will be selling their work. Linda Bristol, organizer for the event said there are a few new artists taking part this year. Basketry, weaving, knitting, carving, drums and all manner of art will be available. A concession will also be open.

The art sale runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This is an excellent opportunity to find that special local art piece and support TAG.

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