David Darbey (centre, in apron) of Abbotsford was one of more than 180 artists selling their goods at the market. His business, Creation Arts, features wood sculptures made from driftwood and cottonwood trees. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Unique treasures to be found at Chilliwack Christmas Craft Market

The 44th annual event is the Chilliwack Community Arts Council’s largest fundraiser

From hand-knit toques to soaps to crafty metal creations, there’s quite the variety of artisans taking part in the 44th annual Chilliwack Christmas Craft Market this weekend at Chilliwack Heritage Park.

The market was open Friday and Saturday and continues Sunday, Nov. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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As the Chilliwack Community Arts Council’s largest annual fundraising event, proceeds from the market help to ensure the continuation of community events and arts initiatives as well as three annual art scholarships supporting the career development of local students.


 

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The 44th annual Chilliwack Christmas Craft Market was packed with people and artsy creations at Heritage Park on Saturday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

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