VIDEO: Last long-weekend Vernon Farmers’ Market of the summer wraps up

The Labour Day/Ready For School event went today until 1 p.m. at Kal Tire Place.

It was the last long-weekend Vernon Farmers’ Market of the summer.

The Labour Day/Ready For School event went today at the Kal Tire Place parking lot.

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On top of all of the food and craft vendors, there was an electrifying performance by Cod Gone Wild at the music tent. The band was outstanding and the crowds gathered and danced during all of their sets. It put a lively stamp on the market.

With the Kal Tire Place North parking lot completed and open for action, it was much easier to access lower-level parking and the other lots were less congested than usual.

The market runs every Monday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. rain or shine. The holiday Monday events are always special because of the larger crowds and energy.

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