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Harpster craft fair is Nov. 5



— Harpster’s 28th annual Christmas Craft Fair is set for Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Harpster Community Building, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Community members will be selling hot lunch and pies/desserts as a fund-raiser for the building upkeep and insurance. There will be two drawings that are also fund-raisers: one is the “50-50” drawing, where the person chooses a number from 1 to 150, for $1 each number; then, at 2:30 p.m., one number is drawn and that person wins half of the money and the building gets the other half. The other drawing is called “pick-a-prize.” There are approximately 15 different prizes, tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Tickets are placed with the prize the buyer would like to win. The winners will also be drawn at about 2:30 pm. The prizes have been donated by area businesses and individuals. They include: Stites Hardware, a birch computer desk; Cash and Carry, free frozen turkey; Irwin Drug, two Idaho mugs with huckleberry tea and booklet: One for the Road, (Grangeville) coffee bag, with cups, T-shirt, etc. and $20 gift certificate; Ace Hardware, three large glass sipping jars with root beer and ice cream certificate; King’s of Grangeville, a four tier mini greenhouse; B and B Bargain, Old Timer Knife with leather sheath; The Gallery, lunch for two; Primeland, 200 foot reel measuring tape; Peggy Litchfield, four coffee cups with three dishcloths; Karen and Jim Ruff, Harpster, a silver/turquoise ring (size 7) with matching bracelet and an Ethiopian Opal Ring (size 6); Rita Kehoe, Harpster, handmade shopping bag, with embroidered birdhouse on it; Jim and Jan Adams, Harpster, two elk antler handled kitchen items, an ice cream scoop and a can opener.

There will be a variety of arts and crafts at the show, including hand sewn items, emu products, baked goods and specialty desserts, crochet work/needle work, canned foods and handmade candies, engraved metal art, Doterra essential oils, Avon, antler art, Tupperware, painted/carved gourds, painted signs, granite cutting boards, Christmas decorations and much more.



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