Thousands visited Lethbridge’s Exhibition Park on Saturday for the arrival of southern Alberta’s largest farmers market.
More than 70 vendors offering all sorts of unique handmade products, baked goods, and locally sourced products were in attendance.
“I like the fresh vegetables. I like to see all the neighborhood individuals here and bolster the local businesses,” said Michala Janzen, a shopper.
The market is as of now occurring in the west structure yet will move the north structure toward the beginning of June and will incorporate a bistro area.
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“When you go to a ranchers showcase, you kind of get a family feels here. All the vendors here, they’re all family, they’re all friends, but you get true, true quality products from the vendors here because they put their heart and soul into making the products for everybody here,” said Lisa Ludwig, farmers market manager at Exhibition Park.
Guests can visit the market every Saturday until the end of October from 9 a.m. till 2 p.m. Admission and parking are free.
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