Station Place Artisans

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The Station Place Artisan group has five members who fit well into the vibe of the Outlook and District Heritage Museum, their venue.

Ed Jensen of Rustic Stuff Woodcrafts makes projects out of reclaimed or
commercial lumber, logs, or other natural wood products, featuring carving, a bit of woodburning, and signs of a lighthearted nature.

Diana Warwaruk of Lady Di’s Delights makes beautiful baked goods that look as great as they taste. She makes cake decorating into an art far beyond the homey baking the pioneers served.

Tony Peter is a local author who has recently published another new book, a historical fiction that is based on his ancestors in the Old Country.  He will do readings throughout the day.

Anne-Marie Simonson makes a wide variety of handcrafted soaps using all-natural ingredients, botanicals and pure essential oils, with a wide variety of fragrances both time-honoured and new.

Sally Laidlaw of PawPrints Personalized Embroidery will display a range of items from totes to runners with a touch of imagination…. art with a modern twist.

Outlook & District Heritage Museum,

100 Railway Ave.

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