Spots still open for youth Xmas craft show

Gnarly Little Christmas Craft Fair will be taking place at The Lewis Centre Dec. 6, 11- a.m. 3 p.m

Looking to make some extra holiday spending money?

Are you crafty and between the ages of 10-19 years? Then the Gnarly Little Christmas Craft Fair sounds perfect for you! Each year Courtenay Recreation hosts this unique, youth craft fair, especially designed for local youth to sell their wares and show off their crafting talent just in time for Christmas.

“I continue to be blown away by the quality of crafts and baking I see each year,” says Kristine Klupsas, Youth Services co-ordinator. “I usually end up buying my stocking stuffers at this craft fair, and it feels good to support local youth,” she continues.

The sixth annual Gnarly Little Christmas Craft Fair will be taking place at The Lewis Centre Dec. 6, 11- a.m. 3 p.m., and it is only $10 to register a table.

To book a table please call The Lewis Centre at 250-338-5371. For more information please call Kristine Klupsas at 250-334-8138 ext. 223.


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