Harry Hadikin takes pride in his work as a hobby craftsman, continuing the traditions of his Doukhabour ancestors by bringing beautiful, handcrafted woodwork to homes in the Slocan Valley for the past 30 years. Items such as authentic hand-made hardwood ladles, salt bowls and everything from baby spoons up to cooking and serving spoons, salad sets, bowls, kitchen utensils and bird feeders are what Harry loves to create. He takes a no-waste policy to his workbench, making as many items as possible out of a single piece of wood. His products are made from a variety of woods including maple, birch, local softwoods, and several fruit and flowering trees such as peach, walnut and lilac. Harry’s work can be found on display at the Deadwood cafe in Greenwood, as well as at local Christmas craft fairs. However, he primarily sells his work through custom orders. Contact Harry at 250-359-7256.