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This article was written on 05 May 2017, and is filled under 124 Grand Market, Dogs of 124, Events, Vendors, Wild Heart Collective.

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#dogsof124

We love dogs at the 124 Grand Market. We encourage you to grab your furry little pals (make sure they are on a leash!) and bring them down to the market. If you’re lucky, maybe Champion Petfoods will be on site and they can hook you up with some dog treats! If you’re snapping pics of your dog be sure to share them on social media and hashtag #dogsof124.
If you’re bringing your dog, we do encourage you to please be respectful and pick up after your dog.

One Comment

  1. Ma Fletcher
    May 25, 2017

    Would like to have a booth at most Thursdays you have left. I know most are taken. I was very impressed with the vibes of your market when was there last Thursday. I want to offer guitar and piano lessons at the booth, probably with Rusty my famous golden retriever if it’s not too hot. Rusty is a professional performing artist. Rusty and my goldens in the past have performed with me in every elementary school in Alberta and most in the Yukon and NWT. (for about 200,000 kids) He can do a little show at my booth if I’m accepted. I do not busk. Most of the time he would be beside me at my booth and not be disruptive or wandering around. He is a professional and if I tell him to stay, he will stay. He is totally under control. If he is not allowed, I’ll man my booth without him. AS a music teacher, I’m very well respected (3000 students in past)and would bring my acoustic guitar to my booth and play a little to promote my lessons with some recorded music, if I can plug in my CD player at a reasonably low volume with my attractive display. May I humbly say, I’m world famous; been on a children’s TV series in 26 countries and wrote a weekly guitar instruction column for the Edmonton Journal, The Guitar Man.
    I have a business licence and insurance.
    Please allow me to be part of your market.
    Ma Fletcher

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