Three craft fairs starting next weekend

The Pier Street Farmers Market will move into the Maritime Heritage Centre for its fifth annual Christmas Craft Fair starting Sun. Dec. 4

The Pier Street Farmers Market will move into the Maritime Heritage Centre for its fifth annual Christmas Craft Fair starting Sun. Dec. 4, from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

The market will run on three consecutive Sundays and will have over 50 crafters from Sayward, Quadra Island, Campbell River, Black Creek, Courtenay, Cumberland, Comox and Port Alberni.

Why not come down for lunch with Ooh La La Catering? Or take in the sounds of the Campbell River Children’s Choir, performing from the deck of the BCP45 on Dec. 4 and 18.

Adult admission is $1, and children are free.

 

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