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Pulaski Farmers and Flea Markets begin May 3

The annual Pulaski Farmers Market and Pulaski Flea Market, sponsored by Greater Pulaski Alliance, will begin May 2 and run through Oct. 3.
The farmers market, which used to be held at Pulaski Train Station, will be held every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the sidewalk in front of the stores and offices in Maple Shade Shopping Center. The farmers market had to be moved after the train station was heavily damaged by fire last November.
The flea market will be held on Commerce Street in front of Maple Shade Shopping Center every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Commerce Street will be closed off at 6 a.m. for set-up and all vendors must be set up by 8 a.m.
Shirley Bandy, event organizer, said the farmers market offers items such as seasonal vegetables, plants, baked goods, buffalo meat, crafts, breakfast and lunch items, and much more. Shoppers can register every Saturday for a free farmers market tote bag filled with “goodies.”
Bandy said additional produce vendors are still needed for the farmers market.
To sign up for either market or to obtain set-up rules, call Bandy at 994-4200 or email greaterpulaskialliance@verizon.net.

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Pulaski Farmers and Flea Markets begin May 3

The annual Pulaski Farmers Market and Pulaski Flea Market, sponsored by Greater Pulaski Alliance, will begin May 2 and run through Oct. 3.
The farmers market, which used to be held at Pulaski Train Station, will be held every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the sidewalk in front of the stores and offices in Maple Shade Shopping Center. The farmers market had to be moved after the train station was heavily damaged by fire last November.
The flea market will be held on Commerce Street in front of Maple Shade Shopping Center every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Commerce Street will be closed off at 6 a.m. for set-up and all vendors must be set up by 8 a.m.
Shirley Bandy, event organizer, said the farmers market offers items such as seasonal vegetables, plants, baked goods, buffalo meat, crafts, breakfast and lunch items, and much more. Shoppers can register every Saturday for a free farmers market tote bag filled with “goodies.”
Bandy said additional produce vendors are still needed for the farmers market.
To sign up for either market or to obtain set-up rules, call Bandy at 994-4200 or email greaterpulaskialliance@verizon.net.

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