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See You at the Keep It Local Marketplace this Fall

Do you want to eat, shop, and connect with local businesses in our community? Want to get a head start on Christmas shopping?

Don’t miss the Keep It Local Marketplace at Sherwood Park!


Keep It Local Marketplace is a variety of unique vendors, stage entertainment, and good food, and Park Power is a proud Gold Sponsor of this event on November 4th.


The Keep It Local Marketplace will feature more than 60 vendors showcasing local business and community resources – including family and parenting related items, jewelry, fashion and home products, and specialized services that we are always on the lookout for!


Bring the whole family! Sunshine Generation, a performing group that teaches song and dance to children ages 3 and up, will perform TWICE on our stage at Local Love. You do not want to miss watching these talented performers with your kids!


And there will also be a performance by Keltie Monaghan, the 16 year old a singer/songwriter with a unique voice who received a prestigious Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for her first single “Someone Tell Her” in 2016 when she was just 15!


Some of your favorite local food vendors like Fuge Fine Meats, Mona’s Kitchen, Steeped Tea, Juice Plus, Choco-liscious, Maza Foods, and Epicure  will also be there!


Want to Promote Your Local Business?


Vendor registration is still open. Here’s your chance to connect with the community. Click here to apply for the Fall Market.


Keep it Local project Trivia


While searching for performance venues for her kids, Jenni discovered that Sherwood Park didn’t have a focused event that connected the community to local businesses. With so many great local businesses and agencies in the area, it was an easy decision for Jenni to create an event that would build these connections and support the community.


Make sure you don’t miss this fall event! See you on Saturday, November 4, 2017 – 10am to 4pm at in the Agora at the Sherwood Park Community Centre (401 Festival Lane).


The best part? Admission is FREE!


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