Buckley market will host vendors every weekend

A country market is being offered every weekend by the Buckley Downtown Business Association.

A country market is being offered every weekend by the Buckley Downtown Business Association.

Featuring pies, produce, antiques and arts and crafts, the market will operate at Thunderbird Park and the intersection of Main Street and River Avenue.

The market will operate Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The first day was May 3 and the market will run through Oct. 26. All-season vendors can lease space for Saturday’s only, Sunday’s only or both days. Also, there are rates for one-time entries. Discounts are available for senior citizens and nonprofit organizations.

To learn more, contact Michelle at 253-330-4156 or Lee at 253-862-2047. Vendor applications are available online at www.Buckleybusinessassocia-tion.org. Applications also can be picked up at Cowboys and Angels Café, 691 Main St., or at the Buckley Wine and Spirits, 177 S. River Ave.

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