Monthly Archives: December 2021

Edmonton Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Christmas Sale is a huge success!

(ANNews) – Congratulations to the IAM (Indigenous Artists Market) collective in Edmonton and to organizer / manager Lorrie Lawrence who pulled off a big hit the weekend of December 10-12. As the host of a “very indigenous holiday market”, IAM has set up around 80 stalls selling indigenous arts and …

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‘We like it.’ Webb in arts and crafts

A user by the name of tonysmyuncle created this model of the James Webb Space Telescope and submitted it to the LEGO Ideas webpage. Image via Lego. Sometimes when you are eagerly awaiting something good, it helps keep your hands occupied. These people got a little tricky while waiting for …

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Observe the captivating craftsmanship of Ladakh in the capital

New Delhi What comes to your mind when it comes to pashmina wool, intricate woodwork, clay and stone ware, and thangka paintings depicting Buddhist culture? Of course, these are tied to the Himalayan region, but Ladakh is the precise answer. And thanks to a permanent event, Ladakh came to the …

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Nanaimo Festival celebrates Indigenous dance, drumming, arts, crafts and cuisine

What: Sum̓sháthuthut [Sun] Festival, a celebration of indigenous dancing, drumming, singing and cookingWhere: Beban Park Auditorium, 2300 Bowen Rd., NanaimoWhen: Saturday, 3 p.m. (doors at 2:30 p.m.)Tickets: $ 15 at the door (tickets that include dinner can be purchased at tickets.porttheater.com for $ 25 or $ 45 Nanaimo’s Sum̓sháthut Festival …

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Council boss visits Halstead Craft Shop as part of a fact-finding tour

A CRAFT store hosted a high patron of the city council as part of a visit to businesses in the region. Bumble & Yarn is a family owned business in Halstead that sells acrylic and natural fiber yarns, fabrics, craft supplies and haberdashery. Owner Emma Valentine also runs knitting, crochet …

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Friends, crafts and support for the Limerick-based ‘2020’ club

A NEW group has opened up a rich vein of activity and friendship for the Adare women, providing opportunities to practice old skills, hone new ones, and have fun doing it. Adare Women’s 2020 Club was born from an idea among a small group of women who met regularly to …

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Mayor opens new craft and antiques store in Wisbech

Posted: 5:25 PM December 9, 2021 The husband of a woman with mental health challenges believes that opening their new knitting and antique store has given him “the joy of living.” Linda and Karl Brittin opened their new store, Past Times, in Pond World Retail Park near Lynn Road, Wisbech …

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Massillon SantaCon offers family entertainment, crafts, photos and live music

MASSILLON – Sam Heaton, owner of Erie St Vinyl in downtown Massillon, will be attending SantaCon in style. The event encourages the public to dress up as Santa Claus or other holiday costume while supporting local businesses and raising money for charity. Heaton creates her own outfit, mimicking Audrey Griswold’s …

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Christmas rate at the grand reopening of Classy Crafts

Fay Williams chats with local author Marilyn J Bakker about her exciting trilogy of adventures. Classy Crafters didn’t sit idle during what seemed like an endless lockdown. Instead, like busy elves, they worked hard to create unique Christmas gifts to delight shoppers of all ages; exciting new wooden animals, succulent …

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The Inverurie Community Crafts project shows the skills of its members

Local artisans enjoyed a very successful fair on Saturday at the premises of Grampian Enterprises (GO) in West High Street, Inverurie. The group was formed two years ago as part of the Inverurie Community Handicraft Project (ICCP) and meets regularly to discuss plans for different projects. Phyliss Gordon, founding member …

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