Holiday Fair Greatly Enjoyed

By Heidi Zemach for SCN

Friday and Saturday’s Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair saw full parking lots,  large crowds, and more vendors than ever at the AKRR Dale R. Lindsey cruise ship terminal building. It featured live music this year including songster Luke Rosier, the High School Choir, now renamed “Seahawks’ Voice,” and the Community Band, playing traditional carols. There were photos with Santa, a Senior Center-sponsored cake-walk,  hand-made Fair Trade goods from around the world, sponsored by the Resurrection Lutheran Church and more. It was an opportunity for a couple of enterprizing girls from Soldotna to create cakes in jars, Wassail in cups and bags, for a young Seward girl named Lucy Hankins to sell the potholders she created on a plastic loom, and for a lot of other talented individuals to sell their own arts and crafts. Tara Reimer Jones and Lori Landstrom were the co-chair organizers for this year’s event, on behalf of the Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club.

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3 Comments

  1. Seward Craft Fair says:

    Tara Reimer Jones and Lori Landstrom were the co-chair organizers for this year’s event, on behalf of the Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club.

  2. Great Job Kenai Crewsers! The craft fair was a great success!