Farmer’s Market sets season schedule

North Island Farmer's Market will kick off a schedule of six market days

HYDE CREEK—North Island Farmer’s Market will kick off a schedule of six market days beginning Saturday, June 22, next to the Hyde Creek Petro Canada station.

Additional market days will follow July 20, Aug. 10 and 24, and Sept. 7 and 28. Each market will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Vendors of all kinds are welcome, not only growers but artisans, baking and other foods, jewelry and other hand-made items.

“I encourage anyone and everyone to support these markets by vending or shopping,” said organizer Neva Perrot. “It really takes the whole community to make these successful.”

Cost is $5 per vendor. Vendors need to provide their own table(s) and canopy/tent or other cover as desired.

To register or for more info, email pmfarmersmarket@gmail.com or visit North Island Farmer’s Market on Facebook.

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