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Armstrong’s Frances Hatfield, left, and Jamie Frazer  are opening Hatfield’s home in Armstrong to an artisans show for one-day only, Saturday, Dec. 1. - photo submitted
Armstrong’s Frances Hatfield, left, and Jamie Frazer are opening Hatfield’s home in Armstrong to an artisans show for one-day only, Saturday, Dec. 1.
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Armstrong artists Frances Hatfield and Jamie Frazer are hosting an artisan Christmas show and sale involving several other local artists at Hatfield’s home and studio on Saturday.

The show will feature original paintings, prints, art cards, jewelry, fine hand-made soaps, functional art pieces such as furniture, unique and colourful pottery, hand-dipped candles and honey.

“Everyone is welcome to share in the festivities and creative atmosphere. Refreshments will also be served, so please join us,” said Frazer.

The one-day event takes place at 3025 Jarvis St. in Armstrong Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

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