Black Creek Christmas Craft Fair Saturday

Celebrate the season at the Black Creek Community Association (BCCA) this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Celebrate the season at the Black Creek Community Association (BCCA) this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Black Creek Christmas Craft Fair will give you the opportunity to finish your Christmas shopping while enjoying some festive cheer!

Christmas treats will be available to purchase and there will be a raffle for Christmas baskets filled with items from the vendors.  Items at the sale include pottery, knitted and crocheted items, photography, fishing lures, cards, wreaths, and so much more.

This year, the BCCA has opened up the craft fair to include home-based businesses like Epicure, Jockey Person to Person, and Usborne Books. There will be gifts for all ages.

Admission is by donation. If you bring a donation for the food bank, you will receive a coupon for a free hot apple cider.

The Black Creek Community Association is a not-for-profit organization in Black Creek that offers leisure and educational opportunities to the people of Black Creek and surrounding areas.  Proceeds from this special event go to developing more programs and maintaining the facility at the Black Creek Community Centre.  For more information, call the BCCA at 250-337-5190 or visit www.bccaonline.ca.

— Black Creek Community Association

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