Merville Hall hosts craft fair

The Big Yellow Merville Hall will host its annual Christmas Craft Fair this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The Big Yellow Merville Hall will host its annual Christmas Craft Fair this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Always boasting a variety of local crafts and wares, there will be items to purchase for every taste and budget.

The hall has undergone some exciting renovations over the past year and we are inviting the community to come and take a look at all of the improvements. There is even a new furnace to keep us warm.

The Merville Grand Mothers will use the shiny new kitchen, cooking up some delicious soup and chili to warm you, so plan to stop by for lunch.

Come on down, do a little shopping, have a little lunch, and enjoy the warmth and spirit of the Old Yellow Hall.

— Merville Hall

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