Annual Vanderhoof Christmas craft fairs kick off at Friendship Centre

The annual Christmas Bazaar showcased local vendors of jewelry, quilting, carpentry, skin care, Christmas ornaments, and baked goods.

Marge Unruh (left) and Rosa Moser showcases Christmas ornaments handmade by Seniors Connected members at the annual Christmas Bazaar on Nov. 19 in the Nechako Valley Senior Friendship Centre.

Hosted by the Nechako Valley Senior Friendship Centre, the annual Christmas Bazaar showcase about 20 local vendors of jewelry, quilting, carpentry, skin care, Christmas ornaments by Seniors Connected members, and baked goods.

Ana and Fedo Debaat moved to Vanderhoof a year ago and participated in a local Christmas fair for the first time. “It’s just fun to meet people,” Fedo said. “And folding paper is good for your eyesight and potential arthritis.”

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