Call for vendors

The organizer of the Shirley Market is looking for vendors. There are 30 tables available, and half of them have already been spoken for.

The organizer of the Shirley Market is looking for vendors. There are 30 tables available, and half of them have already been spoken for.

This year’s Shirley Market has its season’s opening on May 4 and will run on Sundays through until September 28, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Founder and organizer Christopher Lucas says that the Shirley Market received overwhelming support from the community last year. Then, the market ran every second Sunday, and it achieved a total yearend gross revenue of $21,000. This year,  the market will run twice as often, open every Sunday. Lucas would like to thank the CRD for their support for this season.

There are three different rates available, full season pre-paid, blocks of time, and drop in.

You can reach Lucas by phone (250-900-8817) or email (shirleymarket@gmail.com).

 

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