The Downtown Penticton Association is launching a new summertime evening market on Thursdays, beginning on July 11. The market takes place on Front Street from 4 to 8 p.m. (Contributed)

DPA launches new summertime evening market on Thursdays

Penticton’s Front Street will be bustling with activity beginning July 11 from 4 to 8 p.m.

Thursday night’s in Penticton’s downtown is going to get a little bit busier starting July 11 with the launch of the new summertime evening market.

Hosted by the Downtown Penticton Association, the market will run from 4 to 8 p.m. on Front Street.

READ MORE: New market coming to Penticton this summer

“Penticton’s summer evenings are perfect for casually strolling outdoors. To add a bit of flare, the DPA is hosting an open-air market every Thursday evening this summer,” states the association’s release. “Our new summertime evening market will allow busy working folks and travellers who can’t always attend the Saturday Downtown Community Market to enjoy a special, mid-week twilight event in Downtown Penticton.”

More information for interested vendors and attendees can be found at www.downtownpenticton.org or by calling the association at 250-493-8540.

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