Langley’s Second Street Market wants new vendors

RECORD STAFF The Langley Second Street Market is looking for vendors.

  • Thursday, February 14, 2013 12:00pm
  • Business

Eric Conn was among the vendors during last year’s Second Street Market. Market organizers hopes to welcome many new vendors as well as vendors returning for this year’s market.


The Langley Second Street Market is looking for vendors.

Vendors will market farm fresh produce, fresh baked goods, prepared foods, art, crafts, soaps, jewelry and more. Live music and educational presentations are also planned.

It’s a fun-filled market that features the best of what local growers and artisans have to offer, at the heart of downtown Langley.

The Second Street Market will be held Fridays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. from June 7 through Sept. 27. The market will not be held on July 5 due to the Choochokam Arts Festival.

Interested vendors must complete a vendor application. The form is available at the Langley Main Street office at Langley Village, Suite 8, per email request or online at

Completed forms should be mailed to Langley Main Street Association, P.O. Box 1229, Langley Village Suite 8, Langley, WA 98260.

This year’s market organizer would like to feature local farms, studios or workplaces in photos for display and public relations purposes.

Vendors can send high-resolution photos of what they do and the market team will use them for posters and as photos in feature articles.

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