It Takes a Village - Help Greta Fight Cancer!

Help GretaWe heard news just before Christmas that someone in our community needs help. Little Greta Loewen, a sweet 5 year old in Abbotsford has been diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare cancer in her spine. When we heard the news, I have to admit, my eyes began to water up as I put myself in the shoes of her Mom. What what I do if that was my little girl? I know what I would want - a community of amazingly generous people to come together and do anything and everything they can to help her give the best fight she can! Greta needs to see a specialist surgeon, who is in Boston. The trip and medical expences are far beyond what most people could afford, and our community has come together in amazing ways to raise money - bottle drives, scrap metal drives, auctions, fundraisers - you name it, but Greta needs more help. One of our lovely retailers, Precious Kargo in Abbotsford has stepped forward and is holding a 2 week long  event with gift baskets available by raffle and a secret silent auction, all for Greta! The items have been generously donated by companies and will hopefully raise a lot of money for this cause. We are in full support of this and have donated items and gathered from many of our friends in business who can also donate. We are wishing for a most successful event possible and please check back. We will post links to the secret silent auction it becomes available!

Due to the overwhelmingly huge response of generousity from our friends in business, and the fact that not everyone could get their items to us in time for the Precious Kargo event, we didn't want to turn down items that people from across the country were willing to give for this, we have decided to hold our own online auction in collaboration with many of our friends in business who were so gracious to donate. Please stay tuned as we announce the details. Until then, please support Precious Kargo with their event. It's all for you Greta! :D


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We're retiring from shows plus, a shipping update

The title says it all, and it's true. It's time, and it feels right. After 14 seasons, we have decided it's time to wrap up the Craft Show and Christmas Market chapter in our lives and really start to enjoy the holidays. Our kids are getting older and through the years we have loved doing these shows, but the only downside it that it has also meant being away from our kids for a few weeks and for a very fast paced December served with a side of exhaustion for us all.

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