Handmade Awesomeness in Ottawa

Immaculata High School is hosting it’s fifth annual MAC FAIR, a fundraising craft fair with hear. The event runs from 10 a.m – 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6. More than 100 artisans will showcase their hand-made items.

On the day of the event, student volunteers will be on hand early in the morning, unloading cars. They will help promote the fair throughout the day. You may see them around town with signs and banners. Even our school mascot, Bernie Mac, will be there.

The purpose of the event is to raise funds to help students within our school community, to ensure all students have the opportunity to participate in athletics, clubs, excursions and other activities, regardless of their financial situation.

Bring your family. There will be face-painting, button-making and colouring for the little ones.

If you feel hungry, you might also want to take advantage of the pancake breakfast or pizza lunch.

Admission is $1.00, which goes towards Christmas hampers for hungry families. Your admission earns you a free ticket to our raffle of almost 100 prizes. For some, the raffle is a highlight they look forward to each year, spending time looking through prizes donated by participating artisans, putting their ticket into the jar of the prize they hope to win.

Full-service E-Waste Recycling will take place in the parking lot. Pop your trunk and our students unload your junk. Additional free raffle tickets will go to all who make an e-waste drop-off.

Come out to support a good cause. This is an event you will not want to miss. We hope to see you there!

To learn more and to check out the artisans’ profiles, please visit us at www.MACFAIRCrafts.com

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