Stockings Up for the season

There will be some unique stockings hung by the chimney with care this year thanks to the efforts of a Naramata woman.

Heather Mehrer of Naramata's Stocking Up holds one of her unique

Heather Mehrer of Naramata’s Stocking is once again selling her one-of-kind stocking creations she makes. She is always one of the most popular vendors attending this year’s annaul Christmas Craft Fair at the Heritage Inn.

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