Buskers needed for Hope Mountain Market

Market provides a venue for community collaboration and support

Hope Mountain Market is now running every Saturday until Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Memorial Park. Celebrate and support your local artisans, crafters, farmers, and home-based businesses. Shop local for eggs and produce, baked goods, unique clothing, jewelry, and artwork.

The market’s goal is to attract more people into the downtown core of Hope to see all that our town has to offer. It will also provide a venue for community collaboration and support.

If you would like to be a vendor, or would just like to keep updated with market happenings, visit our webpage  www.market.hopebc.ca  or visit us on Facebook under Hope Mountain Market.

We are currently looking for buskers. Anyone that is interested can email  hopemountainmarket@gmail.com

Nancy Brown

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