Despite a damp start, the first day of the 4th annual Pontiac Country Fall Fair, held at the base of the Luskville falls, was well attended. Almost 40 exhibitors, including artists, gardeners and cooks happily invited visitors to sample their wares in huge white tents lined up in the park. The Fair continues tomorrow (Sunday 8th) and Thanksgiving Monday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Here are some of the local creators and businesses present: come out and support them!
Agriculture represented by our local UPA branch: Katie Hickey and Ron Belisle with some black and white beauties.
Quyon's creative spirit Cheryl Dolan.
Garlic god Claude Boileau of Luskville.
Claude's Garden, 819 455 2460
Bright light, Linda Bergeron Baril of Luskville
A man who knows his vegetables, the remarkable Serge Sini of Quyon
For the love of watercolour: free art class with Therese Andre of Luskville.
Soup is superb at Demeter Catering, operated by Luskville's Sheila McCrindle.
Knitted delights by Val Wilkins from Lac des Loups, the far northern corner of this huge municipality.
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Finger-snapping sounds from the lively Sweet Potato String Band.
Unique and beautiful copper jewelry by Tanya McCormick of Luskville.
Fun with horses with the Pontiac Equestrian Association and Luskville's Jeanette Schevers, Parelli riding instructor.