REPORTING · 31st August 2012
The Second Kitimat Public Market took place on Sunday, August 26th. While they did not have as many venders as last time, the venders were out from Telqua, Smithers, Terrace, Kitimat and Prince Rupert.
Live music was a part of the fair. There was guitar music by Bill Volrath and Reg Roy showing off drums. Families came out to enjoy the food. The weather alternated between overcast and rain but it did not stop people from having a good time.
They hope to have a central location for garage sales at the market on alternating weekends but it will not take off just yet.
“I’m thrilled that Kitimat has embraced the market because that’s what really needed to happen. We can put it out there, people can come down and do it and they are. We’ll continue on,” said Elizabeth MacDonald.
Maria Coutinho and Maria Pires from Terrace sell their produce. They sold out before the end of the market.
Reg Roy shows off his druming talent.
Comment by Eric Northman on 8th September 2012
Go back to the sentinel if you find the spelling here so problematic.