Junior vendors at Nov. 26 Farmers Market

The final Mission farmers market of the season is this Saturday

The Mission City Farmers Market Society will hold its last indoor market for 2011 Nov. 26.

For the first time, the market is adding opportunities for sale of products made, baked or grown by vendors under 18 years old. These junior vendors have personally produced their products, and are expected to handle customer service, sales, and general product marketing. Those under 12 must be accompanied by a parent, and the fee is $5.

In addition to getting a jump on holiday shopping, visitors to the market will be able to enjoy a light lunch while listening to live music in a friendly environment.

Items available from all vendors include crafts, textiles, baked goods, preserves, jewellery, lotion, woodwork, candles, photographs, cards and more.

Doors at the All Saints Anglican Church Hall, at Second Avenue and James Street, open at 9 a.m. and close at 2 p.m.

Call 604-302-5561 or visit www.missioncityfarmersmarket.com for more information.

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