Letter to the Editor: Windermere Fall Fair

The 13th Annual Windermere Fall Fair and Scarecrow Festival will be held on Sunday, September 16, 2012.

Dear Editor:

The 13th Annual Windermere Fall Fair and Scarecrow Festival will be held on Sunday, September 16, 2012, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Windermere Community Hall and school. We are again planning a fun-filled day for all the community with a wide range of activities, games and entertainment.

Please note that we have changed the event to Sunday, and a week later than in previous years.  This will ensure that we have no conflicts with other community events and it will give the students more time to prepare their entries for the Scarecrow Festival, which is an integral part of our event.

All Columbia Valley families are invited to participate in this jam-packed day of good times — a scarecrow parade for all those who dress for the occasion, a kids’ zone with crafts, face painting and games. We invite all local artisans and horticultural enthusiasts to participate in the contests for the “best” in category.

Local vendors can contact Gracie Boake at 250-342-0589 to book their tables, and please feel free to contact the committee via email at  info@windermerecommunity.ca for further information. Volunteers are always needed… come out, join the fun and help support our community!

Patricia vanRegen

Co-Chair Windermere Fall Fair

Windermere

 

 

 

 

 

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