Kinuso Farmers Market

Sharon Davis, of Kinuso, poses with some of her art at the Kinuso Farmers Market on Saturday, May 22. Davis has been painting for about 10 years and sells her work at the Kinuso and occasionally Slave Lake markets and on Facebook.
Crocheted stuffed animals made by Raylene Webb, of Valleyview, at the Kinuso Farmers Market. Webb often sells her stuffed animals and other crocheted items at the Kinuso and Enilda markets.

The Kinuso Farmers Market also included canning, baking, Tupperware, lotions, home grown tomato plants, and other vendors.
The plan is for markets to be June 12 and 26, July 10, 17, and 31, August 14, 21, and 28, and September 11. These are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Kinuso Agricultural Centre (also called Kinuso Ag Hall and Central Slave Lake Agricultural Centre).
Main Street Crafters in Slave Lake also planned to have a sale on May 29.

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