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Community Market back for its seventh season

 

April 18, 2019

Caleb Vierkant / Wrangell Sentinel

Susan Haggard (left) and Alice Rooney (right) visiting at the first Wrangell Community Market of the year, last Saturday. Haggard had set up a booth to sell some of her homemade salsa.

The Nolan Center held its first community market of the season last Saturday, after a six-month hiatus over the winter. The Wrangell Community Market typically runs from April through September, and brings out many town residents eager to visit and sell homemade goods. Everything from homemade salsa, to local artwork, to freshly baked pastries and snacks could be found at the market. This is the seventh season for the community market, according to Nolan Center Director Cyni Crary, and the second one organized by the Nolan Center.

"Kris Reed used to run it," she said. "This was just a small...



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