Rita Prince, 85, closely inspects some of the homemade baking found at the Stettler farmers market on Oct. 24. She was visiting the market at the Stettler Ag Society Pavillion as it played host to the Christmas Market. Photo by Jeff Labine

Christmas on display eary at Stettler farmer’s market

Plenty of homemade crafts and wares to view

By Jeff Labine

Plenty of homemade crafts and wares to view

 

Deb Stevens, a business owner in Stettler who makes her own homemade soaps and cleaning supplies, was one of the vendors at the Christmas Market held at the Stettler Ag Society Pavillion on Oct. 24. The market offered a variety of crafts and goodies for visitors to look at including baking, honey and gifts for the holidays.

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