Barter faire happening Oct. 13

Barter faire and dance planned for Oct. 13 at Cawston Hall

  • Oct. 5, 2018 2:13 p.m.

It’ll be a daytime barter faire and night time dance party on Oct. 13 at the Cawston Hall.

The event is being thrown by Laurel Irons of Deadly Nightshade Productions and Similkameen Barter Network.

The event is prohibition themed and costumes are encouraged. There will be vendors, food and entertainment from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

A DJ Dance party will kick off at 7 p.m. and go till late. Admission to the even is $5 and to have a vendor table the fee is $10.

“In the spirit of community, harvest and abundance let us gather and share our talents and wares,” a release for the event stated.

For those attending remember to bring cash and items to trade.

“You may request barter with any of the vendor tables. All participants are responsible to work out your own deals and decide what you think is fair. No one is obligated to any exchange unless mutually agreed,” the release went on to state.

There will be a bar with a selection of Similkameen wine and cider and beers. There will also be food vendors on site.

Volunteers and performers are still needed and are encouraged to contact Laurel through the Similkameen Barter Faire event page on Facebook.

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