Hailey Fortier's actually encouraging people to come inside. She was among the crafters at the Rideout and Northward Community Club.

"Yeah, you put a lot of rocks on one big rock, and I called it a rock concert," she said, describing her pet rock creation.

Fortier was among the crafters, who filled the community hall Saturday for the event, hosted by the Ladies in Black.

The Ladies spend time together knitting hats, mitts, scarves and toques for those in need. Nel Wicher was also on hand to display her knitwear and blankets.

In the far corner, Judy Hardy and her granddaughter Reana, 6, were selling cinamon buns and pizza cookies. Closer to the front, Percy Cameron offered samples of his chainsaw carvings.

For more information:

Ladies in Black give the gift of warmth this winter

Kenora council recognizes Nel Wicher

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