Farmers Market is open for business: There’s lots to see at the Ponoka Farmers Market, which is now open again for the season. Along with farm fresh eggs there’s quite a few new home crafters that were not in Ponoka last summer. There’s also a wide variety of sewing, baking goods and more at the market with fresh produce expected to be arriving within the next few weeks. The market is every Wednesday at the Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex. Here Marci’s Creations showcases farm fresh eggs. In the photo is April Davis (left) and Marci Moorse. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Ponoka Farmers Market back into the season

Crafters of all kinds have started selling their wares at the Ponoka Farmers Market

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Crafters of all kinds have started selling their wares at the Ponoka Farmers Market

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