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Whistle Stop Craft Show holding its 22nd annual event

The annual event with be held October 22nd and 23rd at the Exhibition Grounds

Whistle Stop Crafts is holding a one-stop sale that is going to bring you some early Christmas cheer to last throughout the holidays. 

“We are looking forward to being able to run this year,” says business owner Kimber Bader. 

There will be a large assortment of crafts for the whole family to purchase such as jewlery, wood working, candles, crocheting. Also, ornaments, doll clothes, home décor and more. 

Fifty-nine talented vendors will specifically travel to attend this event from all over Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. 

The craft sale will be held at the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds in the Convention Centre starting Oct. 22 from 2-9 p.m. and Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

There will be a $5 admission fee, however anyone under the age of 12 can get in for free. Mask are mandatory.  

To avoid delays make sure that you have vaccination proof and ID ready to present when attending the event. 

“We are asking for proof of vaccination or a negative test result within 72 hours of the event,” says Bader.  
 

Bader and her husband, Matthew took over the family business during COVID-19 with the death of Shelley Maureen Bader who passed away on May 16.

In memory of her there will be a poster with information about her displayed as well as the history of their business. 

There are a couple vendor spots that have opened up.  If anyone is interested in filling those spots you can email whistlestopcrafts@gmail.com 

The fee for registering a vendor will depend on the size of booth.  

“Super Meats (Catering) will be catering during the concession. The price will vary depending on what dishes people chose to order,” Bader said.  

For updated details on the event Bader will be posting every day on the Whistle Stop Crafts Facebook page.