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Nov 21, 2017 Photos by Alejandra Silva

The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, ...


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The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen.

The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen.


The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen.

The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen.

The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen.		                                Photos by Alejandra Silva

The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen. Photos by Alejandra Silva


The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen.		                                Photos by Alejandra Silva

The Riverton Council of Catholic Women's annual bazaar had no vendors but offered tables of low-priced items, baked goods, a cookie-jar silent auction, handmade crafts and a Mexican lunch provided by women of the ministry. Mike Greff, left, and Brett Jones chatted over the price of a stuffed animal. Left, the Arts in Action 46th annual Winter Art Fair at the Fremont Center included these wooden snowmen. Photos by Alejandra Silva

Saturday was a busy day for local crafters and small business leaders in Riverton on the first big weekend of holiday-themed arts and crafts fairs. At the craft fair at the Holiday Inn, Sharon Bryant, left, had a display of Christmas decorations she said she pulled from her attic, including a teddy bear nut cracker which Brenda Cornwell admired.

Saturday was a busy day for local crafters and small business leaders in Riverton on the first big weekend of holiday-themed arts and crafts fairs. At the craft fair at the Holiday Inn, Sharon Bryant, left, had a display of Christmas decorations she said she pulled from her attic, including a teddy bear nut cracker which Brenda Cornwell admired.


Saturday was a busy day for local crafters and small business leaders in Riverton on the first big weekend of holiday-themed arts and crafts fairs. At the craft fair at the Holiday Inn, Sharon Bryant, left, had a display of Christmas decorations she said she pulled from her attic, including a teddy bear nut cracker which Brenda Cornwell admired.

Saturday was a busy day for local crafters and small business leaders in Riverton on the first big weekend of holiday-themed arts and crafts fairs. At the craft fair at the Holiday Inn, Sharon Bryant, left, had a display of Christmas decorations she said she pulled from her attic, including a teddy bear nut cracker which Brenda Cornwell admired.

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