The Dunvegan Recreation Centre was transformed into a Historical Crafters Fair on December 3 and 4 for the annual Christmas market. Exhibitors included “Two Hammers” jewelry and blacksmith products, sweet delights by the Chocolate Box, hand-made Christmas decorations, woven products and more. Silhouette artists Jillian Metcalfe of “A-head of the Times” was there selling Christmas cards and creating custom silhouettes. There were door prizes and food samples and tons of locally made products, including maple syrup. (Photos by Tara Kirkpatrick)
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