Summerland Drop In holds craft fair and bake sale

Event on Nov. 17 is a fundraising event for the centre

With the festive season approaching, local artisans are getting ready to fill tables to display their beautifully crafted items for sale on Nov. 17 at the Summerland Drop In.

Attendees will be able to choose from an assortment of knitting, sewing, jewellery, handmade cards, dog beds, candy wreaths, aprons, and handmade soaps and more

But that’s not all.

The sale will also include plenty of seasonal baking.

The sale will be held at the Summerland Drop In, 9710 Brown St., from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is a fundraiser for the centre.

For further information, please contact Janet at 250-462-7796.

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