Fairs remind public about the upcoming gift-giving season

September 13, 2018 by  

While most people are still thinking of the summer that is coming to an end, there are some who have already started thinking about the upcoming holiday season. Two upcoming fairs are taking place in Moose Jaw that will let them get an early start on gift buying.

The TLC Art and Craft Fair is taking place on the last Friday and Saturday of this month. It is set to feature approximately 60 vendors who will be selling handmade arts and crafts, clothing, food and many other items suitable for gifts. Admission is $5 for those aged 13 and over. It is likely that food and drink concessions will also be open during the fair. For the most up-to-date information, contact Lani Gellner at 306-630-7739.

Next month, the Whistlestop Christmas Craft Sale will be held for two days. Admission is also $5. There will be many vendors on hand to sell their homemade items such as jewelry, knitted clothing, paintings, and ceramics. In addition, there will be hourly door prize draws. Call 306-692-1509 to learn more.

To advertise holiday shows, organizers often invest in flyer printing services from Moose Jaw print companies.

The TLC Art and Craft Fair will be held from September 28 to 29 and the Whistlestop Christmas Craft Sale will take place from October 26 to 27. Both events will be held at the Moose Jaw Exhibition and Convention Centre.