The local town of Snow Lake is about to be bustling beyond it’s population, as people from all surrounding communities will be travelling to attend the one of Snow Lake’s biggest events of the year; The Art’s & Craft Show.
Coming this November 19th, beginning at 1:00 through 4:00, the town will be pulling vendors who have honed in their craft to masterpieces of excellence for a chance to show and make sales to others.
It’s a whole community event held in the Lawrie Marsh Community Hall as the various offered selections range anywhere from blackberry pies, to blacksmith blades, featuring just about anything crafted by human hand, now available to everyone.
“Its a win, win for everyone!” Stated Community Hall representative; Sylvia Zamzow, saying how much this benefits both those who wish to sell their product and the funds gathered for the town.
A lot of the money raised is put towards exciting future events such as those put out by Snow Lake Rocks. Their elaborate presentations have been highly acclaimed in the past, whereas last year 350 people gathered in the arena to see Snake Oil.
Tables are $10 each for those who seek interest on sharing their passion with the community. But if craftsmanship isn’t something of your liking there is plenty of other activities to keep you well entertained.
You can put your name into a prize draw, wave and walk along side the featured Pennie Parade, bid on a silent auction or even indulge in all the complementary snacks, food and goodies.
So if you don’t have any plans, come join in and don’t miss out on the excitement for all ages. A place where we can do even more then enjoy ourselves but invest into our fellow friends and neighbours, building a stronger community one smile at a time.
~Matthias J. Johnson is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter who works out of the Thompson Citizen. The Local Journalism Initiative is funded by the Government of Canada.