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The parking lot was jammed with cars, forcing many motorists to park on the highway’s shoulders at the New London Community Complex’s annual Christmas craft fair on Oct 20.
More than 50 booths were set up and hundreds of people at a time made their way through the building seeking the perfect gift for the holidays. Halloween-themed merchandise was also on sale. Unlike last year’s event, there was no power outage to disrupt shopping.
Travellers Rest artist Jo-Anne Broderick-McInnis (Paintings by Jo) was one of more than 50 exhibitors at the Christmas craft fair. Her daughter Angie stands next to several of her mother's beautiful landscapes.
Several Girl Guides were among the more than 50 exhibitors at the New London Community Complex's annual Christmas craft fair.
North Granville artisan Kent Strongman, whose products include Adirondack chairs, crouches next to several his intriguing wooden creations. His exhibit took up so much space, much of it had to be installed outside the community complex.
Dozens of exhibitors set up their booths at the New London Community Complex for its annual Christmas craft fair, held Oct 20.
There was plenty of enticing food to tempt early Christmas shoppers at the New London Community Complex.