A craft fair is a social event that attracts the people who enjoy making something and then having the opportunity to display their creations.
The event can be held on the same day, or over the weekend, and has a range of different activities for people to participate in.
It is also a way to celebrate the work of local artists.
The first of the new Llewlins’ Craft Fair locations opened in June 2018.
A second one, which will be at the same location, is currently in the works.
In its first year of operation, the Fair was a popular gathering place for locals, as well as international visitors.
Llewellys Craft Fair in Mississauga, Ontario, on June 27, 2018.
(Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)It was originally held at the Mississauga Civic Centre in Mississant, but after an overhaul in 2016, it moved to the Ontario Science Centre, where it is currently located.
A large pavilion was erected at the centre to house all of the vendors, who were allowed to display and sell their wares.
The event is still held at this location.
It features the same layout as before, with stalls and a main floor dedicated to the event, and smaller stalls around the perimeter, including the Llewicki’s Craft Shed and the Llevins’ Craft Hall.
The area is also open to visitors during the day, and also for people who want to try some of the activities at the Fair.
Some of the stalls are also equipped with LED lights, and the area is lined with booths displaying handmade goods and crafts from around the world.
There is also an outdoor market on site, where people can sell handmade goods, crafts, food and more.
A lot of the items being sold are locally made, but there are also items that have been made from imported products, such as the “puppy kite” from Norway, which is used to make parachutes for the Royal Canadian Air Force.
It’s made from a mixture of recycled materials and recycled cardboard.
The fair is also filled with displays, including some of Canada’s most iconic pieces of clothing.
The Llewin’s Craft fair is located at the Ontario State University campus in Mississatoon.
(Photo: Jaimie Mabry/CBC)There are a variety of activities that will take place during the LLEWlins’ craft fair, which runs from June to September.
In some ways, it’s a big change from previous years.
This year, there will be a craft show that will be open to the public from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and there will also be a family event that runs from 2 p.