Food, folks, crafts and fun
A crafty good time.
The sixth annual One & Only craft sale on Nov. 18 welcomes 60 local artists and more than 1,000 visitors to the Sandy Hill Community Centre. From left, Marc Lacelle, organizer, and head chef Peter Evanchuck, Hélene Lacelle, Dallas Fletcher and Action Sandy Hill board member Francois Bregha cook up a free buffet for the event.
November 27, 2012
The One & Only, a free community arts and crafts festival took place at the Sandy Hill Community Centre on Nov. 18, The event, now in its sixth year, welcomed artists from across the city. More than 60 artists and crafters participate in the craft fair selling food, crafts and holiday items. The annual event is supported by Action Sandy Hill.
Organizers, Peter Evanchuck and his wife Helene Lacelle prepared a free all-you-can-eat buffet for the day, featuring dishes such as perogies, roast chicken couscous, Thai noodles, burritos, tacos, German pickle potato salad and more.
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