Terrace area kids bring their entrepreneurial talents to the Kids Tables at the Skeena Valley Farmer’s Market July 13. (Contributed photo)

Kids Tables arrive at farmer’s market

Young entrepreneurs welcome for next event, Aug. 10

Long in demand, Kids Tables arrived at the Skeena Valley Farmer’s Market July 13. Coordinator Sarah Artis says the tables drew about 10 children who sold homemade bread, juices, bracelets, clay play-creatures and much more to earn a nice little profit.

Two dates were selected this year as a trial run for the Kids Tables, and if demand keeps up more dates may be added next year. The fee is only $5 per table (proceeds go to charity) and set-up is flexible for anytime after 8 a.m. An adult is stationed at the tables to supervise until 1:30 p.m. The next kids table event is scheduled for August 10. Contact Sarah Artis for more information at sarahartis@gmail.com



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