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= Winter Photo =

The Carib​​oo in Pictures


Our Winter Photo Blog

An ongoing series of informational entries

Lets share some news

October, 3. 2018

Yes, we are still in business. No, we are not doing many markets this year as we are busy with other projects. If you are interested what we are doing and like to be a part of it - please follow this news. 

Personalized products

October, 4. 2018

We are releasing a "Special Alexandria Edition"! A limited edition of special photo gifts for all occasions. You can have (with a minimum order of 5) the calendar personalized with a picture of your house and all your important birthdays and anniversaries without extra cost. T-Shirts are available in white, gray and black (100% Cotton) from kids size XS to adult size 3XL. With a minimum order of $100 we will ship your order for FREE inside of Canada. We are looking forward to make your shopping for the right gift a little easier. 

You can call me for more information or send an SMS to: 250-255-4146.

Happy Thanksgiving

October, 6. 2018

Happy Thanksgiving to all our customers and friends from near and far away. Please order your Christmas presents and book your family picture sessions ASAP to make sure the gifts arrive in time and I have time for your booking.

Happy First Day of December

December, 1. 2018

See you today at the Christmas Farmers Market in the Quesnel REC Center - look for our 2019 Wall and desk calendars - it is called an First-of-December-Sale only at the Winter Photo booth! We also have some special gifts for you. And brand new Christmas cards you have to see.​

Advent, Advent...

December, 7. 2018

See you tomorrow for the last Christmas Farmers Market at the REC Center in Quesnel. A special Thank You to Canada Post for the delivery of a much needed parcel. We will also have a 25% SALE on all QUESNEL Calendars! Our "Made in Europe" purses, wallets - and NEW tomorrow - college maps - are only available tomorrow and then just as a personal order. All other Winter Photo products are available at the Cariboo Keepsakes Local Arts and Crafts store between Monday and Saturday, 9:30am to 5:30pm until Christmas (After Christmas opening hours may change). Virginia will be at the store on Tuesday, December 11th and 18th. Have a wonderful Advent and Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas

December, 24. 2018

The last Christmas Farmers Market at the REC Center in Quesnel was a huge success. A special Thank You to all our customers at the markets and at Cariboo Keepsakes Store. Our "Made in Europe" purses are sold out for this year. All other Winter Photo products are available at the Cariboo Keepsakes Local Arts and Crafts store between Monday and Saturday, 10am to 5pm after Christmas and during Winter. Merry Christmas from our house to yours.

Happy New Year 2019

January, 04. 2019

Christmas was a nice, peaceful event in our house. Now we are working on 2020 calendars already ​and custom orders. Our "Made in Europe" shoulder bags are on their way with new exciting lids. The shoulder bags, wallets and office maps are at this time only available by personal order. All other Winter Photo products are available at the Cariboo Keepsakes Local Arts and Crafts store between Monday and Saturday, 10am to 5pm during Winter. We wish all our friends and customers a Happy New Year 2019 and all the best!​

Happy Valentine's Day

February, 14. 2019

We are working on 2020 calendars, custom orders and all the local gifts you may love to buy. Our "Made in Europe" shoulder bags are available with new exciting lids. The shoulder bags, wallets and office maps are at this time only sold via personal order. Stop at the Cariboo Keepsakes Local Arts and Crafts store, located in Quesnel in the old Hudsun's Bay building between Monday and Saturday, 10am to 5pm during Winter. We wish all our friends and customers a Happy Valentine's Day and lot's of love!​

Happy Easter

April, 21. 2019

As we are celebrating Easter and Spring is in full bloom lets just stop a minute and relax. Pamper your loved ones, friends and surprise strangers with a token of appreciation. In this time it is important to be human. Let's be one big happy bunch of different people in this beautiful country.

Happy Mother's Day

May, 12. 2019

Imagine all the love on this special day! Write a special card, sing her a song, invite her for lunch or dinner, make or buy a special gift - not only on Mother's Day. Wouldn't it be nice if we can give back some of the love we got - every day in our life.

Happy Father's Day

June, 16. 2019

Dad's are always girls first love! And boys are looking up to dad for advise. In an ideal world we all a big, happy family. Make the best of your situation and cherish the people in your life who helped you growing up to this wonderful person you are today! Any fool can be a Father, but it takes a real man to be a Daddy!

Happy Canada Day

July, 01. 2019

Nothing is perfect - but Canada is not so far away from perfect... wouldn't this be nice to say? Let's celebrate all the different cultures who made Canada such a nice place to live for so many people from all over the world. Please help to save our beautiful nature, protect our very unique inland rain forests and let's not be divided - let's stay together as a nation!

Happy Labour Day - Back to School

September, 02. 2019

Do you remember "the good old day's" as daddy had a job in a secure union business with all the nice benefits for him and the family... as mom was able to stay at home with the kids and could volunteer for everything she liked and granny was happy to look after the kids if mom decided to have her own career. Or the kids where happy and secure in a daycare provided by mom's or dad's company. Labour Day always marked the end of Summer Break, the nice smell of brand new books and clothes for the new school year.

Happy Thanksgiving

October, 14. 2019

The first official, annual Thanksgiving in Canada was celebrated on 6 November 1879, though Indigenous peoples in Canada have a history of celebrating the fall harvest that predates the arrival of European settlers. Sir Martin Frobisher and his crew are credited as the first Europeans to celebrate a Thanksgiving ceremony in North America, in 1578. They were followed by the inhabitants of New France under Samuel de Champlain in 1606. The celebration featuring the uniquely North American turkey, squash and pumpkin was introduced to Nova Scotia in the 1750s and became common across Canada by the 1870s. In 1957, Thanksgiving was proclaimed an annual event to occur on the second Monday of October. It is an official statutory holiday in all provinces and territories except Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.

You may read the full story here: www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/thanksgiving-day