Clinton market seeking vendors

Carol Flax, manager of the Clinton Thursday Market, is looking for a few good vendors — or even a lot.

Carol Flax, manager of the Clinton Thursday Market, is looking for a few good vendors — or even a lot.

Markets are held every Thursday from 3:30 to 7 p.m., July 11 through Aug. 29.

Flax is particularly looking for: Fresh local produce, local artists and craftspeople, antiques and collectables, food vendors, plants and garden supplies, local services, musicians, local wineries, breweries and distillers (the market will have a liquor permit and baked goods.

“Or maybe something we haven’t even thought of,” Flax said. “Reserve your own booth, or maybe get together with others and get a shared booth — sell together or trade off — so many possibilities. I want you there.”

If interested, contact Flax at clintonthursdaymarket@gmail.com or 425-791-1192.

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