It’s not over-still lots to do before the season’s done

  • Dec. 18, 2013 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 21It’s the winter solstice, and a great day to spend with farmers and artisans at the Last Minute Christmas Craft Fair and Farmers Market in Tlell from 11 am to 3 pm. Just a few minutes drive away in Skidegate that day, is Christmas at the Haida Heritage Centre. Between 12 pm and 5 pm, visitors can peruse the gift shop and vendor tables, catch a movie or enjoy a meal at the bistro.Sunday December 22The Living and Learning school has organized the annual Charlotte Christmas potluck for Sunday, Dec. 22. It will begin at 5 pm at the community hall. Attendees are asked to bring a prepared dish to share, a non-perishable food item to donate, as well as their own plates and cutlery. Turkey and ham will be provided. This event has been supported by the community club and funded by Gwaii Trust.Tuesday December 31Finally, welcome 2014 with the family at the Charlotte community hall Dec. 31 (Tues.).

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