If you have an appetite for quality items at value prices – and some pretty darn good tasting food – plan to attend this Saturday’s 33rd Annual Elgin Fall Festival Craft and Products Fair.
As has been the norm for quite a few years, booths of crafts will fill the St. Boniface gymnasium while booths of home-based products will fill the St. Boniface church basement. Once again, this year’s event has been a sell-out in terms of booth space with people/businesses on a waiting list to be a part of the fair. According to organizers Margaret Jensen and Linda Kerkman, shoppers at the event will find everything from bibs and blankets to wreathes and wraps; seasonal and decorative items for the home. Other items include hand made wood items, hand made jewelry, clothing for all ages, garden items, quilted items, dolls and doll clothes.
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