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Craft/Home Biz tour

It’s time for the 13th Annual Campbell River Christmas Gift Tour of Crafters, Artisans and Home Based Business today, from 12-5, Saturday from 10-5 and Sunday from 10-4.

This self guided tour is your opportunity to buy unique Christmas gifts for family and friends in a fun and personal setting.  Everything from fine art and gourmet foods to romantic candles, locally written novels,hand made soaps and jewelry, clothing, photography and the list goes on. Maps for this event will be available at many local business and on page A2 of today’s Mirror. Visit 10 locations and get your passport stamped and be entered to win $200 in shopping cash.

Let’s go Lego

As we approach the holiday season, it’s time for another Lego Day!  That’s right kids, the Museum at Campbell River is offering another wonderful opportunity to put that creative brain power to use.  On Saturday from 1-2:30 p.m., the Museum will host a creative and fun-filled Lego Day. Parents are welcome to join in and co-create something the world has never seen before.

And that’s the theme for this Lego Day – build Something The World Has Never Seen Before.  Are you up to the challenge?

Based on past Lego Days, the kids of Campbell River seem to have no problem coming up with new things.  The cost for Lego Day is $5.

Call the Museum at 287-3103 to register.

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