Kids’ Day to mark end of 5th year of Westbank Farmers’ Market

Kids' Day will feature many kids-centred activities.

  • Sep. 7, 2015 1:00 p.m.

The Westbank Farmers’ Market will be wrapping up the 5th successful year of operation on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 9AM – 2PM with the annual Kids’ Day celebration at the Market site of Westridge Mall at the corner of Main Street and Elliott Road in Westbank.

Kids’ Day will feature a free bouncy castle, free facepainting, kids’ fishpond and popcorn and continuous entertainment with Crazy Hearts bluegrass band and Vic Ukrainetz, a fiddler and his keys. ¬†Cotton candy, hot dogs and special treats will also be available for the whole family as well as the usual array of fresh produce and unique craft items.

The Westbank Famers’ Market is proud to present the best growers and crafters in the Okanagan every Saturday from July through September and thanks the community for the continued support.

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