Moonlight Madness in Elkford

The annual event saw most of Elkford attend the huge craft and gift sale.

Shoppers browse at all of the holiday treasures during Elkford's Moonlight Madness.

Moonlight Madness took place in Elkford Community Conference Centre with a total of 42 vendors attending. This event welcomed several hundred people and vendors came from far and wide with all of their holiday treasures for sale on November 21.

“Forty-two vendors attended the event and they offered the Elkford Community a huge array of crafts and gifts over the 62 tables on display,” said Karen Mills, Elkford Chamber of Commerce. “The majority of Elkford residents attended and everyone thoroughly enjoyed their time shopping, browsing, meeting friends and listening to the Rocky Mountain Elementary School Choir and local performers.”

From fresh baked holiday goodies, to raffles, to hand made custom fishing rods, Moonlight Madness had something for everyone looking to get an early start on their holiday shopping. Santa Claus made an appearance as well, and live holiday music entertained the crowd throughout the evening.

 

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