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North Langley now has an outdoor market

A new autumn market has started up in Walnut Grove and runs until Oct. 12.

The North Langley Community Market started Friday.

This market will serve the North Langley community offering artisans’ wares, items from local businesses, live entertainment, food and wine tastings.

The markets run 4 to 8 p.m. The Walnut Grove Business Association organizes this weekly Friday event which will run from Sept. 25 through to Oct. 12.

This community market is in the parking lot at 8880 – 202nd St. in front of the businesses in this plaza.


PHOTO Chelsey Brien works at Sweet Thea, a Langley City bakery and restaurant. On Sept. 25, she was at the Walnut Grove Business Association Market, one of the vendors at this new venture. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

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