Liz Twan with one of her hand made necklaces that she will have for sale Saturday at the Tourism Discovery Centre.

Williams Lake Tourism Discovery Centre hosts craft fair Saturday

The Williams Lake Tourism Discovery Centre’s annual Made in the Cariboo Craft Fair is taking place Saturday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Williams Lake Tourism Discovery Centre’s annual Made in the Cariboo Craft Fair is taking place Saturday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There are 20 vendors in total.

They include hand- crafted wood products – birdhouses and bowls, jewellery, book authors Doris Lee and Gloria Antypowich, hand crafted knives by Terry Hopkins, baking and canning, sugar free preservatives, alpaca wool products, knitted products, local honey, rock paintings and homemade decorations.

Vendors from all over the Cariboo will be attending: Horsefly, 100 Mile House, Alkali Lake and Williams Lake

There will also be a gingerbread cookie decorating station for the children.

There is a limited supply of donated cookies for this event, so come early if your children wish to decorate cookies!

 

The coffee and gift shop will be open as well and there will be drink specials!

 

 

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