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First Night Market Of The Season Has Great Turnout

A portion of the outdoor night market. Photo credit: Heather Millan

Vermilion’s Night Market season began on July 8 with nice weather and a great turnout of customers and vendors. Set up in two locations, outside on main street between 50 and 49 streets, and indoors at the Elk’s Hall, customers had the opportunity to browse and shop for a variety of products from 17 vendors.

Organized by Heather Millan of Upper Level Pottery and Art Gallery in partnership with the Vermilion Farmers Market, the Night Market will be running every Thursday in July and August. Each night the outdoor portion will take place on a different section of main street to highlight the various businesses and restaurants that the downtown core has to offer. The first market took place in front of Anthony’s Classic Grill and Copper Cork Distillery from 5 to 8 p.m. On July 15, the outdoor portion will be in front of The Red Brick and Night Owl, and on July 22, the market will be between Hubkins Restaurant and the Craig’s Cornerstone Building. Indoor vendors will always be in the Elk’s Hall from 4 to 7 pm.

For more information about the Vermilion’s markets, contact Heather at Upper Level Pottery and Art Gallery, or Dawn Riley at

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