The event attendees line up to wet their whistle with a craft beer or mixed beverage.
From left, Ray Brake, Corey Wight and Robb Sutton, the owners of Crooked Feeder Brewing Company, celebrate their second annual beer tasting Corner Brook Winter Carnival event. Brake prides his business on the fact everything from the grains used, to the metals fabricating the distillers, are obtained and fabricated in Corner Brook.
Glen Bellows, Wilf Pardy, Sheldon Power and Tony Prosper take the stage to entertain the audience at Village Music.
Gord Barrett strums the guitar and sings traditional Newfoundland tunes as part of the Village Music Winter Carnival Open Jam.
Debbie Samson shows off her sea glass creations. Samson collects glass from the shores around White Bay and her home in Hampden to create art.
Johnson has been carving and selling his goods for roughly 30 years.
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John Johnson of Pasadena displays his hand-carved cars, planes, trains and toys at the 20th Annual Corner Brook Winter Carnival Craft and Gift Fair. John sells his crafts through his business, John and the Missus Crafts, that he runs with his wife Norma.