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Harvest Market

Tina Gerber, led a group of youngsters in a line-dancing workshop. She started with some rhythmic exercises and gradually introduced the various movers in the dance When they completed the workshop the resulting dance was well done and appreciated by the adults watching.

Harvest Market

Tina Gerber, led a group of youngsters in a line-dancing workshop. She started with some rhythmic exercises and gradually introduced the various movers in the dance When they completed the workshop the resulting dance was well done and appreciated by the adults watching.

Harvest Market

Kim-Jo Bliss animal display was a huge hit with everyone who gathered at the Emo Feeds’ Harvest Market on the Thanksgiving Weekend. The smallest children gave the bunnies the most attention, while the rest of the crowd gravitated to the slightly largest animals. Everyone enjoyed the animals who obviously enjoyed the attention.

Harvest Market

Kim-Jo Bliss animal display was a huge hit with everyone who gathered at the Emo Feeds’ Harvest Market on the Thanksgiving Weekend. The smallest children gave the bunnies the most attention, while the rest of the crowd gravitated to the slightly largest animals. Everyone enjoyed the animals who obviously enjoyed the attention.

Harvest Market

Kim-Jo Bliss's animal display was a huge hit with everyone who gathered at the Emo Feeds’ Harvest Market on the Thanksgiving Weekend. The smallest children gave the bunnies the most attention, while the rest of the crowd gravitated to the slightly largest animals. Everyone enjoyed the animals who obviously enjoyed the attention.

Harvest Market

Kim-Jo Bliss's animal display was a huge hit with everyone who gathered at the Emo Feeds’ Harvest Market on the Thanksgiving Weekend. The smallest children gave the bunnies the most attention, while the rest of the crowd gravitated to the slightly largest animals. Everyone enjoyed the animals who obviously enjoyed the attention.

Harvest Market

Kim Walters, a teacher at Sturgeon Creek, took lessons from Simone LeBlanc of Birch Bark Yarns on how to operate the Spinning wheel. LeBlanc also had a compete exhibition of the various types of wool and how they are processed into yarn.