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Circle Craft Fair at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Circle Craft Market is in full swing at the new Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Festively decorated booths fill the centre with everything  for the holidays. Children's wear, slippers, candies and cards----the fair has something for everyone on your list.

Beautifully hand-crafted scarves, hats, pottery, and paintings, dresses, mittens, chocolate and fudge. The goodies are endless.

The Circle Craft Fair is a pre-holiday must: the one stop shopping place where you'll find handmade works of art at reasonable prices, without having to trudge through a mall.

While you're there, stop by the west side of the centre for some home made cabbage rolls and perogies: a Circle Craft tradition.

Come to the New Vancouver Convention Centre West at 1055 Canada Place. It's a fantastic event.

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