Stop #4 - Waldron Store - 520 Province Rd.

This year the Waldron Store highlights old favorites and new crafters! Stop by to see:


Richard & Tanya Doucet The Doucet's offer Woodburning and water art on a number of decorative and utilitarian items including presentation boxes, trays, bread boards, platters, and cedar shingle panel "folk art". Most of these beautiful items are suitable for year around use.  Most presentation boxes are felt lined. The subject matter includes nature scenes (birds, animals, flowers etc.), people, farm animals, country living,  colonial, Knights and Ladies, and gnomes and fairies.   All items are unique and one of a kind.


Tanya will also offer bottle light art pieces.  These pretty decorative bottles are filled with mini lights and decorated. All are one of a kind.


Pat O'der offers her beautifully hand-crafted primitive Santas.  Each one unique, one-of-a-kind creations.  Visit her on Saturday only at the Waldron Store.


Carol Popovich Previously at the Grange Hall, Carol has moved to this location this year.  She offers her unique and beautiful hand-crafted Christmas ornaments.  


Megan Robertson offers handcrafted jewelry, each piece unique and perfect for any occasion. Also nice as a gift for someone or even yourself.


Janet Dayo offers personalized handbags with photos of various dog breeds, cats, grandchildren, just about anything.  She also offers hand painted dog breed leash holders.


Rivka Berman offers homemade jams, jellies, and spreads.  Specialty and traditional flavors.  Locally sourced when possible.  "Home Made by Rivka"


Jessica Howard & Andrew Margison They make handmade bath and beauty products, body sprays, and all natural soy wax melts.


Find the Waldron Store near the Bow Lake Fire Station and the Bow Lake Church. 

The Waldron Store is open Saturday and Sunday

There is a restroom at this location