PHOTOS: cedar swag workshop a hit at Wells Winter Kick Off

Cassidy Schmode makes a Christmas cedar swag Nov. 17 at The Frog on the Bog Gifts and Coffee in Wells during the Wells Winter Kick Off. The weekend-long Wells Winter Kick Off, which was The Frog on the Bog owner Cheryl Macarthy’s idea, featured the cedar swag making workshop, Christmas movies shown at The Sunset Theatre, treats for children at The BNC Mercantile and extended hours or discounts at several local businesses. Lindsay Chung photo
Cassidy Schmode makes a Christmas cedar swag Nov. 17 at The Frog on the Bog Gifts and Coffee in Wells during the Wells Winter Kick Off. The weekend-long Wells Winter Kick Off, which was The Frog on the Bog owner Cheryl Macarthy’s idea, featured the cedar swag making workshop, Christmas movies shown at The Sunset Theatre, treats for children at The BNC Mercantile and extended hours or discounts at several local businesses. Lindsay Chung photo
Cheryl Macarthy, owner of The Frog on the Bog Gifts and Coffee, helps Liam McRae with his Christmas cedar swag during the Wells Winter Kick Off Nov. 17.. The weekend-long Wells Winter Kick Off, which was Macarthy’s idea, featured the cedar swag making workshop at The Frog on the Bog, Christmas movies shown at The Sunset Theatre, treats for children at The BNC Mercantile and extended hours or discounts at several local businesses. Lindsay Chung photo
Leigh Robinson from Huckleberry Daycare in Wells works on her Christmas cedar swag during the swag making workshop at The Frog on the Bog Coffee and Gifts Nov. 17 in Wells as part of the Wells Winter Kick Off. The weekend-long Wells Winter Kick Off, which was The Frog on the Bog owner Cheryl Macarthy’s idea, featured the cedar swag making workshop, Christmas movies shown at The Sunset Theatre, treats for children at The BNC Mercantile and extended hours or discounts at several local businesses. Lindsay Chung photo
From left, Signe Danes, Cassidy Schmode, Liam McRae, Danette Boucher, Omineca Danes, Leigh Robinson and Kelsey MacLeod show off their Christmas cedar swags outside The Frog on the Bog Coffee and Gifts Nov. 17 in Wells during the Wells Winter Kick Off. The weekend-long Wells Winter Kick Off, which was The Frog on the Bog owner Cheryl Macarthy’s idea, featured the cedar swag making workshop, Christmas movies shown at The Sunset Theatre, treats for children at The BNC Mercantile and extended hours or discounts at several local businesses. Lindsay Chung photo
From left, Signe Danes, Liam McRae, Omineca Danes and Danette Boucher share their finished product after taking part in the Christmas cedar swag making workshop at The Frog on the Bog Coffee and Gifts Nov. 17 during the Wells Winter Kick Off. The weekend-long Wells Winter Kick Off, which was The Frog on the Bog owner Cheryl Macarthy’s idea, featured the cedar swag making workshop, Christmas movies shown at The Sunset Theatre, treats for children at The BNC Mercantile and extended hours or discounts at several local businesses. Lindsay Chung photo
Lindsay Chung photo

Wells held its Winter Kick Off event Nov. 17-18, with businesses offering discounts ahead of Christmas, and visitors invited to take part in craft workshops.

Cheryl Macarthy, owner of The Frog on the Bog Gifts & Coffee, hosted a cedar swag making workshop, with a number of locals and visitors taking part to create a festive decoration.

Hotels and restaurants were also offering discounts all weekend long.

READ MORE: Local businesses to host Winter Kick Off in Wells



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