Christmas at the Filberg a two-day craft fair

Saturday, Nov. 29 and Sunday, Nov. 30

  • Nov. 19, 2014 11:00 a.m.

Join the Filberg Heritage Lodge & Park for the second annual ‘Christmas at the Filberg Lodge’ Craft Fair on Saturday, Nov. 29 and Sunday, Nov. 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Comox.

The Filberg Lodge is full of holiday charm and great gift ideas from a variety of artisans.

Visit the Filberg website for product descriptions and links to our artisans: www.filberg.com.

As part of Christmas in the Filberg Lodge, there is an amazing raffle.  You have a chance to win one of five prizes: gift certificate at Comox Rec, Oh Spa massage for two, a return trip on BC Ferries, a summer concert series package for two, and two weekend passes to Musicfest. Tickets are $5 each with just 1,000 tickets being sold.

In the Filberg Teahouse we are pulling out all the stops for the ultimate bake sale.  Come by all weekend for a hot cocoa, warm apple cider, and home-made holiday baked goods all for purchase. The kid’s Christmas tree will be up and waiting for nature-inspired decorations for the birds and park creatures to enjoy. As a special treat stop by with the family on Sunday, Nov. 30 at 2 p.m. as we help Santa decorate the tree on the Tea House patio for a short time.

The Filberg Lodge and Park is a charming place to start your holiday season. Come for a hot apple cider, holiday tunes with choirs, shop at a variety of artisans and much more.  For more information visit: www.filberg.com

 

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