Art and antiques at EdgeWood Farm in Quesnel

Olivia Collins helps sell knitted animals, sea glass mobiles and cards at the EdgeWood Farm Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market. Lindsay Chung photo
From left, Mary Mackay, Abbey Mackay and Heidi Kuhn choose bouquets at EdgeWood Farm’s Acre Long Antiques and Artisan Market.
The market featured vendors selling everything from custom-made knives to cold-pressed juices.
Linda Manky sells antiques and garlic at the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17 at EdgeWood Farm. Lindsay Chung photo
Tracy Parker (left) and Jennifer Linegar-Johnston serve delicious food and sell preserves at the Petty Catwater booth at the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17 at EdgeWood Farm.
Guests could choose flowers and make their own bouquets.
Sarah Holowenko of Northern Chickadee Studio sells her handcrafted silver jewelry at the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17.
Vern Richardson of Turns and Folds in Quesnel displays some of his wood turning at EdgeWood Farm’s Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market.

From left, Mary Mackay, Abbey Mackay and Heidi Kuhn choose bouquets at EdgeWood Farm’s Acre Long Antiques and Artisan Market.

Olivia Collins helps sell knitted animals, sea glass mobiles and cards at the EdgeWood Farm Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market. Lindsay Chung photo

The market featured vendors selling everything from custom-made knives to cold-pressed juices.

Linda Manky sells antiques and garlic at the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17 at EdgeWood Farm. Lindsay Chung photo

Tracy Parker (left) and Jennifer Linegar-Johnston serve delicious food and sell preserves at the Petty Catwater booth at the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17 at EdgeWood Farm.

Guests could choose flowers and make their own bouquets.

Sarah Holowenko of Northern Chickadee Studio sells her handcrafted silver jewelry at the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17.

Vern Richardson of Turns and Folds in Quesnel displays some of his wood turning at EdgeWood Farm’s Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market.

More than 20 vendors took part in the third annual Acre Long Antique and Artisan Market Aug. 17

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