Yellow Point Alpacas is one of the stops on the Cedar Yellow Point Artisan Tour, which began Thursday and concludes today, Nov. 25. KELSEY McLEAN/Black Press

Alpacas and artisans welcome community to Cedar-Yellow Point

Cedar Yellow Point Artisan Tour wraps up today, Nov. 25

There’s one more day to take the Cedar Yellow Point Artisan Tour. The holiday tour put on by artists and artisans in the area started Thursday and concludes today, Nov. 25. The participating artisans will have their doors open today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Here’s a glimpse of the sites and businesses you’ll come across during the tour, including Yellow Point Alpacas:

More information, including the locations of the participating artisans, can be found at http://www.cyartisans.com/#christmastour, and people can download a PDF brochure.

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