CVTRS Community Market on Saturday

Therapeutic Riding Society invites one and all to join them at Exhibition Grounds

The Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society is hosting its Community Market on Saturday, June 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The location is good news for market-goers.

The CVTRS Community Market takes place at the riding barn on the Exhibition Grounds – right across the parking lot from the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market.

“We start when the Farmers’ Market does and we carry on for an hour after they close up,” said Angela Walker, CVTRS event and fundraising co-ordinator. “Increased traffic is always a plus. Don’t forget to leave time for both events this day.”

The Community Market features more than 50 vendors, with a wide variety of goods.

The CVTRS will have its own table at the market, selling “original and gorgeous art cards, featuring our very own, hard-working horses, here at CVTRS.

“All proceeds from the table rentals from our wonderful and supportive vendors and our own art cards go directly back into CVTRS to help support a fantastic non-profit society now entering its 30th year in the Comox Valley,” said Walker.

For more information on the Community Market, go to www.cvtrs.com/events

 

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