A weekend for fairs and festivals

It was a busy weekend in Williams Lake with craft fairs, parades and other fun activities.

It was a busy weekend in Williams Lake with craft fairs, parades and other fun activities.

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Sage Birchwater photo

Dad Cameron Self (left), son Paolo Roland-Self, grandmother Mary Alice Self, and mom, Catherine Roland, enjoyed a visit at the Medieval Market held last weekend at Columneetza Secondary.

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Liz Twan photo

Maureen Chappell of Creative Hands with her display of artfully crafted “Welcome” signs, wreaths and door decorations at the entrance of the Tourism Discovery Centre’s arts and craft fair held Saturday at the centre.

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Greg Sabatino photo

Rory Wormell-Essex, 7, and Jayden Fradsham, 4, have some fun peeking through a snowman selling snow cones at Spirit Square following the Santa Claus Parade Saturday.

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Greg Sabatino photo

Joe Ernst, 8, and Veronica Keats, 8, deliver Christmas baking and goodies to the Cataline Christmas Craft Fair guests Sunday at Cataline elementary.

 

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