Hedley Farmers market is marvellous

What a wonderful morning I had on Saturday at the Hedley Farmers Market.

To the Editor:

Hedley Farmers Market – awesome!

What a wonderful morning I had on Saturday at the Hedley Farmers Market.

The acoustic music and song gently draws you into the park where the vendors and wares were displayed.  I am always surprised with the talent that people have and how what they create,  says so much about who they are.  The treasures I gathered were items I could not pass by,  as each gift was as if it was especially made for the person I chose it for.  I am so eager to deliver them.

After I had purchased a box of incredible lambert cherries I sat down for an amazing tarot reading.  It was as if she knew my every dilemma and shared wise, thoughtful advice about the direction my life is going.  I was invigorated, empowered, resolved.  This was my first reading and it will definitely not be my last.

As I strolled by “Shen” acupuncture table which was offering treatments by donation my tired, sore arm that had been giving me trouble,  called out for help.  After a relaxing session with pins in my head, my arm and my leg I had to admit that I could feel a “release” of sorts and it does feel much better this morning.  One more treatment and I think my arm will be fine.

Market Manager, Jodel, kept the vendors and guests happy and the flow of the market running smoothly.  It was a smaller market this week but each and every one of the vendors was worth stopping by and I am looking forward to next Sunday.  Hope to see you there: Every  Sunday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

TJ Bratt, Hedley


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