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WCV Chrismas Craftsale

Come join us for our 3rd Annual Christmas Craft Sale. We have grown, and you will enjoy over 60 vendors this year. Everything at the sale is hand made by Manitoba artists. This is your one stop Christmas shop. Come prepared with lots of money, you will want to buy everything!!! You will find jewelry, painting, prints, photography, wood signs, knitting, bath and body products, crochet, Christmas baking and ornaments, paper products, chocolate, pre-made meals, kid and baby items, bags, upcycle items, quilting, pottery, toys… the list goes on. Free on sight parking. $2 admission, kids under 14 are FREE! While you shop come to our café and enjoy a fresh hot cup of coffee with a tasty cinnamon bun. Stay for lunch and indulge in our vegetarian soup with a bun or chili with a bun. Cold drinks available and to top it off splurge on specialty cookie! Help us spread the news about this sale. Share this link with your family and friends. You don’t want to miss this! Find us on facebook: Winnipeg Centre Vineyard Christmas Craft Sale or visit our website: www.vineyardcraftsale.com

Where:
Winnipeg Centre Vineyard
782 Main St.
2045822900
www.vineyardcraftsale.com
When:
Saturday, November 26, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
What:
Holiday > Christmas
Neighbourhood:
North End
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