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Season's first farmer's market takes root in downtown Penticton

Tim Skrypiczajko of Naramata
Tim Skrypiczajko of Naramata's Sweet Pit Farm had one of the greenest, leafiest displays Saturday at the season's first farmer's market.
— image credit: Joe Fries/Western News

You know it's almost summer when the farmer's market returns to downtown Penticton.

Although the weather wasn't terribly summery, it wasn't terrible either, which helped attract the usual robust crowd.





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