Get bowled over at Central Saanich craft anf bake sale

This Saturday, Dec. 6, the Central Saanich lawn bowls club is holding their fourth annual Christmas craft and bake sale.

  • Dec. 3, 2014 10:00 a.m.

CENTRAL SAANICH — This Saturday, Dec. 6, the Central Saanich lawn bowls club is holding their fourth annual Christmas craft and bake sale.

People will find homemade baking, candy and preserves — some already packaged in in decorative bags and boxes if you want to give as Christmas gifts. Handmade crafts include knitted and sewn items, jewelry, children’s toys and clothes.

There will also be unique woodworking items, form plant hangars and reindeer poinsettia holders to ornaments and Christmas card holders.

Admission to the Christmas craft and bake sale is free and runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the club in Centennial Park, 1800 Hovey Rd. (off Walace Road).

— Submitted

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