Fair kicks off holiday season

Each November the Greenwood Public Library sponsors an Arts and Crafts Fair. Seniors Branch 99 to feature their Christmas ornaments.

The Girl Guides were represented as these Pathfinders were raising money to go to Central Mexico next summer. They will be joining Girl Guides and Girl Scouts from all over the world at the WAGGGS World Centre to work on a service project for the Mexican people

Board members, staff and volunteers come together each year to put on the library arts and crafts fair. Proceeds go to support the Greenwood Public Library. Each November the season gets a bit of a kick-off with this event at McArthur Centre Community Hall in Greenwood.

This year there were 17 vendors offering shoppers many opportunities to scratch a few names off of their shopping list.

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