Christmas at the Museum features artisans’ marketplace and more

Event begins Nov. 22 at Mennonite Heritage Museum

Selma Willms Turner of Judson Lake House displays a few of the many items that will be available in the marketplace during Christmas at the Museum.

Judson Lake House and the Mennonite Heritage Museum present Christmas at the Museum, starting Nov. 22.

The event centres around a Christmas marketplace, featuring the work of about 20 different artist, artisans and crafters, most of whom are located in the Fraser Valley.

The show includes: handmade teddy bears by Neva Springman, lathe-turned wooden item for the kitchen by John Neufeld, wood carvings of wild birds by Jim Rissling, pottery by Herman Venema and Shelley White, and more.

The market runs until Saturday, Dec. 3. Hours are Monday to Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Thursday/Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The location is the Mennonite Heritage Museum at 1818 Clearbrook Rd. Admission is $2 general and $1 for seniors/students.

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