Our Best To You brings a spring show to Red Deer

A wide range of handmade, artisan work will be sold

The popular Our Best to You Art and Craft sale is holding its first-ever spring show in Red Deer next weekend.

The artisan show has been a local fall event for 26 years, but will now also be presenting a wide variety of hand-crafted goods at Westerner Park on Friday through Sunday, April 28-30.

“We have received unwavering support in this city for more than a quarter century, and the time is right to begin a new chapter with the inaugural Our Best to You Spring Art and Craft sale,” said John Ladouceur, founder and president of the Ottawa-based Signature Shows Ltd.

More than 150 top Canadian artists and designers from coast to coast will be bringing their creations to the Parkland and Prairie Pavilions. These vendors were selected based on the quality of their work, which must be produced in Canada.

Fashion, accessories, jewelry, body care products, fine art, photography, ceramics, sculptures, glassware, textiles, leather, toys, woodworking, gourmet foods and more will be sold.

One prize package of artisan-donated works will be drawn on each day of the show.

General admission is $5. For more information, please visit ourbesttoyou.ca/reddeer/spring.

Fans can access exclusive content on social media, using the hashtags #ourbesttoyou, and #HandMadeLive, as well as special offers in the Our Best To You e-newsletter.

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