The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

Artisans on display at Christina Lake Craft Fair

The annual craft fair showcased local artists.

KATHLEEN SAYLORS

Grand Forks Gazette

The annual craft fair showcased local artists.

 

The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

The annual Christina Lake Craft Fair “decked the halls” of the community hall on Saturday, with a variety of crafts, handmade goods and art on display from local artists. In addition, patrons were invited to buy raffle tickets for a variety of Christmas-themed trees decorated by local organizations in support of the hall; themes included the “tea tree” designed by the Christina Lake Healthcare Auxiliary, the Wildways tree, and the “Small Stuff” tree designed by the Little Lakers Learning centre, among others! (Kathleen Saylors/Grand Forks Gazette)

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