Christmas sales abound on the West Shore

From crafts to plants, plenty of opportunities to spruce up your home for the holidays

Legion hosting Christmas craft sale and tea

Don’t miss this Sunday’s (Nov. 15) annual Christmas craft sale and tea put on by the Langford Legion, Branch 91.

There will be roughly 50 tables filled with crafts and different products as well as a silent auction and meat draws. Admission is free and the venue it is wheelchair accessible.The sale runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 761 Station Rd.

Poinsettia sales a hospital fundraiser

The Victoria General Hospital Auxiliary is selling poinsettias and holiday planters to raise money to purchase a new treadmill for the neurorehabilitation clinic at VGH.

Plants are locally grown at Hilltop Greenhouses. The deadline for orders is Nov. 18 and delivery is available for $6 per address. Orders can also be picked up on Dec. 4 between noon and 7 p.m. at the Strawberry Vale Community Centre, 11 High St. View the brochure and order online at via PayPal or pick up an order form at the VGH Gift Shop.

Attending craft fair is ‘advent-ageous’

When it comes to craft fairs, one of the West Shore’s biggest is back.

The Church of the Advent’s annual Christmas Craft Fair & Bake Sale returns for another iteration on Nov. 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

More than 32 crafters, bakers and other vendors are booked to display their wares. Lunch and tea starts at 11 a.m. at 510 Mount View Ave. For more information visit

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