CFCR PRESENTS: THE COMMUNITY RADIO CRAFTACULAR


Oct 18, 2010

Fall has fell here in Saskatoon, and with the new season comes great new events being put on by your community radio station! We're really excited to present to you the very first CFCR Community Radio Craftacular, taking place October 29th & 30th at Grace Westminster United Church basement.

What the devil is a "Craftacular," you ask? Well, we wanted to highlight all the great crafters and artisans from right here in Saskatoon and area, so we thought we'd get a bunch of them together in a sort of alternative craft fair. You'll find all sorts of goodies, from jewelry to ceramics to knitting to books to framed art to knicks, knacks and paddy whacks. It will be a great one-stop for all your early holiday shopping. And, since it's in a church basement, we thought what better food to serve than perogies from the fine folks at local Saskatoon perogy maker Baba's? You'll surely smell the delicious sauteed onions as soon as you come down the stairs, so be sure to get yourself a plate. There will also be beverages, muffins from Earthbound Bakery and other delicious desserts available.

The whole thing starts on Friday, October 29th from 5-9pm and picks up again on Saturday the 30th, from 9am-8pm, closing early enough for all the kids to go trick-or-treating! Admission is FREE and there will be door prizes and a 50/50 draw, so you might come out ahead just for attending!

Vendor space is almost full, but if you are interested in participating as a seller, email our Program Director, Jay Allen at pd@cfcr.ca for more information.

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