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Langley What’s in Store: Business group pilots night market

The Walnut Grove Business Association is launching a new style market.

Walnut Grove Business Association is introducing a community artisan market that will be held Friday nights, starting this week.

In addition to the WGBA’s quarterly meeting happening this morning (Thursday, Sept. 10) at the Sandman Signature Hotel starting at 8 a.m., the association is embarking on a new adventure.

The business organization is launching a night market in North Langley, explained executive coordinator Teresa Brown.

The events runs Friday, Sept. 18, from 4 to 8 p.m. in the parking lot at 8880 202nd St. Vendor tables are still available for $35 a night by calling 604-866-7338 or emailing admin@wgba.ca. (The night market was originally scheduled to being Sept. 11 but the change of notice came after press time, too late for the print edition.)

The market is expected to bring together quality artisans, live entertainment, food, and wine tasting, Brown said, saying it will run Fridays until Oct. 12, then may be moved inside during the winter months.

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