Scenic Road Cider Co.: Taylor and Caroline Sebastian, and Harv and Marina Johal. -Image: Contributed

A pop-up market keeps it fresh in Kelowna

This summer the market will cycle themes each week

A weekly pop-up market that promises to offer a little more, will be coming to the Landmark District this Friday.

The market will cycle vendors and themes each week to bring a fresh experience each week throughout the summer. Kick off is tomorrow from 11:30 to 5:00 where guests will be able to visit local the stands of local crafters, artisans and vendors.

Related:Craft Beer Market opening date announced

The first theme is Artisan, and guests will be able to visit vendors such as Salt & Sage Jewelery, Scenic Road Cider, Lostlake Studio, Hemptation, Good Karma Pops, Poppadoms, Beelites Soap & Candles, Raquel’s Desserts and Pastries, Urban Distilleries, Spa Pure Vida, Perch Travelling Boutique, Doodlebug Chocolates & Studio H Signs.

Related:Kelowna gets new farm fresh culinary market

Visitors can find the pop-up market at the Landmark 6 Courtyard every Friday from June 8 to Sept. 14, admission is free.

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