-Ogdensburg holds craft fair


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  • PHOTOS BY LAURA J. MARCHESE Shopper enjoying holiday shopping




  • Pto Mom Jane Krueger selling Environmental products.




  • Vendor Dana Gandarinho (left) and worker (r) from Buskins Leggings and Legging Army Affiliate




OGDENSBURG — Ogdensburg’s craft fair was held on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Some of the vendors that participated was a company named Thirty-One that sells fashion bags. A few vendors were selling essential oils, homemade crocheted scarves and blankets, beautiful homemade stained glass items, and candles made with jewelry inside them. Other vendors were selling seasonal items for customers that wanted to purchase early holiday gifts. Michelle and Mike Nardino from Heaters Pond were displaying items as well.

Paula DeSimone, an Independent Consultant for Arbonne, sells chemical-free and all vegetarian products including a skin care line, bath and body products, men’s products and nutritional products.

DeSimone explained, “we offer a Thirty Day Healthy Living Program and one of the goals is to help people eliminate certain foods from their diet and incorporate our nutritional products to get healthy.”

The Ogdensburg Girl Scout troop was selling sweet goodies and beverages for the shoppers to snack on while they shopped.





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