Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Yorktown Market Days Returns for the Season in April

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YORK-Yorktown Market Days returns for its regular season of weekly farmers markets on Saturdays beginning on Saturday, April 10.

Yorktown Market Days will feature live music, food trucks, and a variety of vendors and artists at Riverwalk Landing. In honor of Earth Day, the market will kick off a Go Green Market in collaboration with York County’s Department of Public Works and the county’s Beautification Committee.

The Go Green Market will include activities and educational exhibits promoting environmental sustainability.  A limited number of reusable shopping bags will be handed out as giveaways. The market will run from 8 am until noon. For more information, call 757-890-5900.

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