Unique gifts at Mulhurst Bay Farmers Market

The Mulhurst Bay Farmers Market is open every Thursday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Mulhurst Bay Legion.

Not busy on an upcoming Thursday afternoons? Want to browse some unique, handmade gifts at an excellent local farmers market? Then take the short drive down Highway #13 to Mulhurst Bay’s Farmer Market this summer.

The Mulhurst Bay Farmers Market is open every Thursday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Mulhurst bay Legion.

Organizers stated the farmers market is full of handmade items…everything is grown, baked or handcrafted, including items like vegetables, fruit, baking, jewelry, soaps and much more.

Some debit and credit card access is available, but to avoid disappointment, shoppers should make sure they bring some cash.

Organizers also stated there’s some room left for more vendors. If you’re interested in selling your wares in Mulhurst Bay, call Laurie at 780-389-2101.

 

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