Diane Marlow almost appears to be buried in children’s clothing as she takes part in the Little Fort craft fair on Sunday, Oct. 29. Photo by Jill Hayward

Little Fort hosts 37th annual craft fair

The annual craft fair really was a “one stop shop” for all who attended

By Jill Hayward – Barriere Star/Journal

The 37th annual Little Fort Craft and Home Business Fair was held in that community hall on Sunday, Oct. 29, with a huge turnnout as usual.

Both floors of the hall were filled from wall to wall with tables offering an amazing array of gift choices for the coming season, meats and pies, baking, chocolates, honey, handprinted glassware, handmade clothing for kids, quilts, and so much more.

The annual craft fair really was a “one stop shop” for all who attended.

Check the Times for more upcoming craft fairs and Christmas bazaars.

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