The Dawson Trail Art and Heritage Tour includes a number of locations and artists this weekend, between Lorette and Richer. 

Leiah Bauer is one of the artists you’ll find at the Dawson Trail Museum in Richer. 

She is an herbalist and makes soap from goat milk. 

“I got goats because I love goats, they're a lot of fun and I love goat cheese,” she says. “And somehow, it morphed into this. And it's been a really wonderful artistic expression and I have a lot of fun combining the plants and the nature and the science and the art.”

An overhead image of the art tour in Richer."The Dawson Trail Arts & Heritage Committee saw the hundreds of hours of organization result in a successful first day of their Arts Tour. Potters, traditional beaders, painters, metalwork artisans, authors, traditional soap makers and more… all local… gathered at various locations along the Dawson Trail to not only display their creations but allowed visitors the chance to learn and, in some cases, get hands on experience." - Community Club.

Megan Morin also has a large display with her unique pottery, anything from spoon holders and coffee mugs to clay windchimes and butter dishes. 

Morin says her friendship circle has grown a lot since attending markets on a regular basis. 

She has met so many friendly artists and crafters, it is only natural to form great relationships. 

The Richer location closes on Sunday at 6pm.

A map of the Dawson Trail Art and Heritage Tour for 2022.The 2022 map for the Dawson Trail Art and Heritage Tour (