Craft satisfactory during St. David’s in Tsawwassen – Delta
November 18, 2017 - garden totes
St. David’s Christmas Craft Fair kicks off on Saturday, Nov. 25 during 10 a.m. with a Keen Footwear representation sale that launches a Fair’s European-style Christkindlemarkt.
The shoes sale is hold semi-annually in May and Nov during St. David’s Anglican Church in Tsawwassen. This year-end sale of Keen’s winter lines, total with bishopric qualification stalls’ gallimaufry of goods, guarantee fair-goers a rewarding visit.
Add Kartoffelsalat (German comfortable potato salad) and Bratwurst sausage for lunch in St. David’s Café, maybe coffee and pastry, and daydream a centuries-old Christkindlemarkt in another time and place.
And there is most more.
Again this year, Lesley Sutherland (Children and Youth Ministries) has her Creation Zone organisation re-purposing a ancestral screw-finish potion Mason jar that has recorded a fruits of a collect for some-more than 150 years. The girl have also done an collection of talented hand-crafted equipment that operation from jewelled boxes of preserve beans and candy trains and sleighs, to snowmen filled with Scotch mints, any reflecting a adore and loyalty of a kids that done them. Nor will a younger set be means to conflict a tiny jars of game immature slimey (pliable) muck for sale during a Creation Zone stall.
But not all Mason canning jars are repurposed by artistic youth, for no home-baking case is but a ever-practical Mason jars filled with jams, jellies, pickles and relish. All demeanour of kitchen edibles, including a preference of solidified fruit pies, will attract a shopper vigilant on holding home processed baked products or a jar of preserves.
Christmas Craft Fair hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. located in a cul-de-sac of 51A Street.
For some-more information see: www.stdavidsdelta.com.
An appealing garden trug from The Old Goat’s Workshop is ideal for craft-fair purchases while it finds a normal purpose of entertainment flowers and garden produce.
Local craftsman Bob Peters has many other handmade objects on invitation – all done from rejected pallets, cut-ends of lumber, and limbs and boughs collected during Delta’s open clean-up program. Cheese boards, trays, boxes, table-size Christmas trees and ornaments, tea-light holders, and totes are some of a equipment he has constructed from re-claimed wood.
Other stalls surrounding a bishopric gymnasium will arrangement a work of parishioners who have knitted and stitched, baked and bottled, cut and pasted, refurbished trinket and discriminating ‘treasures.’
In addition, a apart room will be piled high with gently-used books for readers to rootle by in hunt of favourite authors, children’s titles, or impressive coffee-table books of assorted subjects.
The bishopric kitchen, renamed St. David’s Café for a day, will be open for morning coffee, tea and German stollen, snacks and lunch.