Children to make gifts at Sekiu faire

SEKIU — Children can make gifts at the 28th annual Children’s Winter Faire at the Sekiu Community Center on Sunday.

Santa also will attend the free faire, scheduled from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the center at 42 Rice St.

Children accompanied by parents can participate in traditional gift-making, with multiple tables offering different kinds of gift-making projects.

The projects are set up to be developmentally appropriate for young children and elementary school-age children.

Treats, coffee and holiday punch will be available. Volunteers from the West End Senior Citizens, West End Youth &Community Club, Clallam County United Way and Clallam Bay High School volunteer their time and funds to make this event free to the children and their families in the community.

For more information, phone Jamye Wisecup at 360-460-5355.

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