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Tsawout First Nation hosts Nov. 27 craft fair

Tsawout First Nation is bringing holiday cheer to the Peninsula this weekend by hosting an arts and crafts sale.

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Organized in partnership with Elders Kathy and Doug LaFortune, the sale will take place on Nov. 27 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Nation’s gymnasium, located at 7728 Tetayut Rd.

According to a poster created by Doug LaFortune, the sale boasts local artists’ handiwork including carvings, knitting, jewelry, beadwork and orange T-shirts.

To ensure safety for all visitors, proof of vaccine must be shown to enter the event. Debit payments may not be available at every vendor’s table, so organizers recommend bringing cash.

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