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Ferndale Public Market Moves to New Location

Ferndale Public MarketFerndale Public Market has announced their 2015 calendar and with that came news of a new location.

In years past, the market has been located at Centennial Riverwalk Park. But starting with the 2015 season, market vendors will be located in the field between the Pioneer Pavilion, previously home to the public library, and the Ferndale Boys & Girls Club building in Pioneer Park.

The market will be open this year Sundays from 2pm to 7pm between June 7th and October 11th.

Vendors are invited to sign up now for the 2015 season. All local businesses and farmers are encouraged to submit a vendor application.

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Update: 2/26/15 5pm
The Ferndale Record interviews FPM President Tim Cahill in an article published today.

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Our Patio is open! Come pour yourself a pint and relax on the popular swing benches while you soak up the 🌞.

Reminder: Our patio is 🐕 friendly.

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