Gerald Woodard of Squire Woods Moustache Wax — made at his Ottawa home and sold in 12 stores across four provinces — demonstrated the product at the Chesterville Farmers' Market Nov. 19 Christmas Market at the village Legion. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News
CHESTERVILLE — The season of Christmas craft shows is in full flight at the community halls, churches and schools of the region.
Saturday, Nov. 19, was no exception as the Chesterville Farmers’s Market and Morewood Recreation Association hosted separate shows that same day — but linked up via Delaney Bus Lines to help the Dundas County Food Bank. Because the Avonmore-based bus operator ran a shuttle between the Chesterville Legion and the Morewood Community Centre — in return for donations of food to the charitable organization — shoppers were able to double their perusing pleasure.
Chloe St. Pierre helped Santa at the Morewood Community Centre, Nov. 19. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News
Karine Payant of Kute Klips showed off her line of handmade tutus and t-shirts with vinyl designs. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News
Tara Scott of Sturgeon Falls and Susan LeBlanc of Russell offered their line of ‘Unique Gifts’ in Morewood. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News
Dr. Ed Semph DC, who practises from a shop at 569 Main St. West, Winchester, was raising awareness of his services at the Morewood Christmas Craft sale. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News
Portrait artist Laura Mayer of Avonmore displayed her talent in Morewood. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News
More images appear below, but from the Chesterville Farmers’ Market show, held that same day.