Spring Craft and Garden Show Saturday at LCHS

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Lake City High School’s Spring Craft and Garden Show takes place this weekend in Coeur d’Alene.

The event is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school, 6101 Ramsey Road. Admission is $1.

In its 15th year, the Craft and Garden Show offers items from artists and vendors throughout the Northwest: handcrafted soaps, purses and jewelry; candles, scrapbooks, greeting cards, wood carvings, fabric quilts, local photography, pottery, fishing flies, gourmet concessions, live entertainment, bake sale items and an hourly raffle.

The Craft and Garden Show is a fundraiser for Lake City High School’s Class of 2017’s safe, overnight, graduation party planned each year by LCHS parents. The senior party is completely funded by ticket sales, donations, and fundraising by parents. To support the senior party, visit the craft fair or donate cash or merchandise for the party. To donate, contact Clarissa Jackson at cjackson@cdaschools.org or Julie Larsen at mxchamp@msn.com.

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