Nearly 50 vendors set up shop on Saturday at St. Andrew's United Church for the annual Christmas market.
"We've got 54 tables, lots of variety," said market coordinator Lisa Veer, who's also a member of the church's outreach committee. "We've got tours of our sanctuary and our beautiful stained glass windows going on. I'm a teacher, so I've got some of my students here selling hot chocolate and tea and coffee and cookies."
Veer notes they're running out of space in the church.
"We couldn't have it in the last two years because of COVID, but it's doubled in size. We're expanding. We're kind of at capacity right now. We could expand into some of the other rooms in the church but we've already got three locations."
She says there was good foot traffic throughout the day as people were looking to get an early jump on Christmas shopping.
Items for sale included woodwork, jewelry, knitting, quilts, soaps, jams, baking and much more.