Elks first annual garage and craft sale

The first annual Garage and Craft sale, taking place at the Elks Hall in Keremeos, is rapidly approaching.

The first annual Garage and Craft sale, taking place at the Elks Hall in Keremeos, is rapidly approaching.

The sale is scheduled for May 3-4, with craft tables set up inside the Elks Hall, and garage sale items selling outdoors. The Keremeos Garden Club will also be part of the sale this year.

Elks volunteer Mack Watson reported the craft tables are already sold out, but there are still some garage sale tables available. The sale will run form 8 a.m. – 4 p.m Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4. A pancake breakfast that starts at 7:30 a.m. is also planned.

Outside tables can be rented for $10. Those participating in the sale will need to bring their own items to sell.

“We’re happy to be able to put this together and include the craft sale,” said Watson, “it gives crafters another venue in addition to the Christmas Craft Sale at Victory Hall.

“The Elks would like to thank everyone in advance for their support.”

Proceeds from the sale will be redistributed  within the community.


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