Every space has been filled and every booth sold, guaranteeing that the Kimberley Community Fall Fair will once again be a big success.
“We are ready to go,” said Fair coordinator Bev Middlebrook. “We have lots of meat food vendors for meat lovers plus Greek, crepes, barbecue brisket, veggies, fruit, snow cones, donuts, Indian, Vietnamese,dumplings, jams and coffee.”
And that’s just the food. Vendors will be selling jewelry, scarfs, purses, linens, travel, clothes, Ecuadorian sweaters, cleaning supplies, collectibles from Saskatchewan, hennas, tattoos, information, hot tubs, fitness, Culligan water, furniture, saddles and leathers, chocolate and candy, homemade crafts and items, honey, gems, rocks, and toys.
Plus, kids games and prizes, face painting, information on your friendly community service groups and Rotary will be there with the ShelterBox. Have a cold drink at the
Elks beverage garden, enter to win door prizes of fruit baskets from Centex and golf passes from the Kimberley Golf Club.
“Bring your appetite, wallet and laughter,” Middlebrook said. “Come on down and support the hard working non profits and the vendors who have traveled far and worked hard to set up. It is going to be a good time.”
The Fair, at the Marysville Arena, is open Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 11 to 4. Entry fee is $4 to get in, kids under 8 free.