The Kimberley Farmers’ Market is growing

A new Creston winery, more fresh produce, and ready to eat food are some of the new additions.

With local area produce coming into season, and more vendors, the Kimberley Farmers’ Market is expanding further east along Howard Street towards the Elks Club.

Market Manager Erna Jensen says that there is more delicious, ready to eat food, a new Creston winery, and new artisans to look forward to.

“We will have over 50 vendors for the market on Thursday, July 19th, so it will be a great chance to stock up for a busy Julyfest weekend,” she said. “There will be plenty of fresh produce, with Creston fruits coming into season, wine and spirits, a number of vendors offering cool refreshing drinks, lots of dinner options and baked goods, artisans with beautiful handcrafted pieces, and live music.”

The Kimberley Farmers’ Market takes place every Thursday evening until September 20, 2018, from 5p.m. to 7:30p.m.. A reminder that there is no parking on Howard Street between 3:30 p.m. and 8p.m. on Thursdays to allow for market set-up and operation.

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