- Evening fire ravages downtown business
- Thinking ability was obviously greatly impaired
- Obituary for James Ogilvie “Jim”
- An open letter to Christy Clark
- Assistance sought to locate overdue traveller
- Ogilvie remembered as local government legend
- Jim Ogilvie passes away
- The Freedom Climb
- Cranbrook a favourite golf destination
- COTR welcomes students to new school year
Wandering around the Kimberley Village MarketPosted: July 30, 2012
Kimberley Village Market 2012 is in mid-flight at its new location at Lions Park, by the Marysville Arena.
Running every Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lions Park until Sept. 2, the market offers a perfect cross-section of what folks expect to find at such an event.
If you’re hungry, they’ve got that covered, such as fresh made fry bread, mouth-watering cinnamon buns or novel pies-in-a-jar. If you’re looking for something new and groovy to put on a wall, a countertop, tabletop, dining room table, fridge or your body – that’s covered, too. There are information booths, crafts, fresh produce and fruit, entertainment for the kids thanks to the Kimberley Independent School and much more.
The market was held in The Platzl last year but moved to Lions Park this summer.
Click on an image to enlarge and begin self-directed slideshow.
The Market Mission, according to the Kimberley and District Chamber of Commerce is:
- To create a weekly ‘event’ that will create vitality and traffic for local businesses during the summer tourist season;
- To provide the opportunity for local artisans, growers and businesses to sell their product directly to the consumer at a central market;
- To foster social gathering, community activity, shopping locally and to showcase local entertainers;
For more on the market go to: http://www.kimberleychamber.com/documents/2012KIMBERLEYVILLAGEMARKETGUIDELINESandAPPLICATION_000.pdf
Ian Cobb/e-KNOWTags: Kimberley and District Chamber of CommerceKimberley Village Market 2012Lions ParkMarysville
Grand Seduction at Vogue> Read More
Cranbrook a favourite golf destination> Read More
Ogilvie remembered as local government legend> Read More
COTR welcomes students to new school year> Read More
Evening fire ravages downtown business> Read More
Cranbrook proclaims International Day of Peace> Read More
Thinking ability was obviously greatly impaired> Read More
Playground at arena to get new playing surface> Read More