Season’s Sparkles gift sale to begin

Handcrafted gift items will be on display at the Summerland Arts Centre and Gallery.

Handcrafted gift items will be on display at the Summerland Arts Centre and Gallery as the annual Season’s Sparkles gift sale begins later this month.

The event will begin on Friday, Nov. 29 from 5 to 9 p.m. during the Summerland Festival of Lights. Items include handmade soaps, felted boots and hats, jams and salsas, painting, jewellery and pottery.

Sue Gibbs of the Summerland Community Arts Council said cider and food will be available in the Adams Room of the gallery during the Festival of Lights.

In addition, a children’s activity area with crafts and face painting will be set up in the room at the back of the gallery.

Gibbs said around 25 artists are expected to have their items included in the juried event. The sale continues until Dec. 14.


Just Posted

Supreme Court of Canada ruling a “missed opportunity” for B.C. wineries

B.C. Wine Institute and its members disappointed about ruling on interprovincial trade

Summerlanders provide family tree information

Sisters from England to visit community to learn more about their relatives

A time to plant

This year’s Earth Day event is happening Sunday April 22 from 10 a.m. to noon

Railway elects new directors

Kettle Valley Railway Society preparing for new season

Skating raises money following tragedy

Event was held at Summerland Arena on Friday evening

Shania Twain visits Canadian Armed Forces base in B.C.

Canadian country icon thanks members of CFB Esquimalt for their service

Case of teacher secretly filming teens reaches top court

Acquittal of teacher, Ryan Jarvis, who secretly videoed teens ‘dangerous,’ top court told

The “industry will collapse” : South Okanagan winery reacts to ruling

Okanagan Falls winery concerned for the future of the industry after Supreme Court ruling

Why a 14-year-old will lead the charge at annual marijuana protest on the Hill

Marijuana enthusiasts have long been circling April 20 on their calendars as annual day of cannabis

B.C. communities await marine spill compensation years after incidents

The government maintains a Ship Source Oil Pollution Fund to compensate Canadians

RCMP say too early to know what happened in Broncos crash

RCMP Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki said collission very complex

Conservative MP wants feds to close loophole for illegal border crossers

Immigration advocates call on government to suspend Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement

Alberta university criticized for honouring David Suzuki

University of Alberta plans to bestow environmentalist with honourary degree

B.C. First Nations get clarity on fishing rights from top court

Nations call federal government to settle fishing rights ‘within the true meaning of reconciliation’

Most Read