Christmas in the Country

The twenty-second annual Christmas in the Country market and sale is back for another year at the Jaffray Community Centre.

The twenty-second annual Christmas in the Country market and sale is back for another year at the Jaffray Community Centre. Sponsored by the vendors of the Jaffray-Baynes Lake Farmers’ market, it’s taking place Saturday, November 3 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

With over thirty-five tables, the market has a great selection of crafts and gifts for the Christmas season. The sale will feature vendors from Cranbrook, Kimberley, Fernie, Sparwood, Creston, and Western Alberta, as well as Jaffray, Baynes Lake, and the South Country. Shoppers will find everything from wreaths, centerpieces, and ceramics, to artwork, ornaments, and pottery. There will also be food vendors selling homemade baked goods and fresh, B.C. fruit.

Homemade lunches and refreshments will be available at the concession throughout the day. Christmas in the Country offers a fun activity for the whole family and the perfect way to get started on this year’s Christmas shopping.

 

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