Tatla Lake Artisan Fair this Saturday

More than 33 authors, musicians, retailers, artists, craft people, parents and various community groups are coming together this Saturday, May 28, to stage Tatla Lake’s third annual Artisan Fair, Vendor Sale and Garage Sale.

 

More than 33 authors, musicians, retailers, artists, craft people, parents and various community groups are coming together this Saturday, May 28, to stage Tatla Lake’s third annual Artisan Fair, Vendor Sale and Garage Sale. 

The event also includes a silent auction, and several scrumptious lunch options. Skinner Creek Farms is handling the Chinese food concession, with five courses on offer. The Tatla School parent advisory council is selling hamburgers and hot dogs. 

The Tatlayoko Fire Cache has the dessert table with many yummy items. 

All vendors will be set up and ready to go by 10 a.m. Saturday, May 28. The fair runs until 4 p.m. at which time silent auction bidding is closed.

 The 50/50 draw will take place when the  event is over. 

Each vendor is donating a silent auction item with half the proceeds going back to the vendor and the other half going to community projects. 

The fair is raising funds for the Dale Kerr Endowment Fund and to help build a wheelchair ramp for the community hall.

The event takes place at the Barn Boutique operated by Karen Paul on the Eagle Lake Road just before you get to the Tatla Lake community on Highway 20.

 

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