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Queen Creek Family Market returns

Today marks the first market since March

Posted 10/9/21

The first Queen Creek Family Market of the fall takes place today from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 21802 S. Ellsworth Road, right outside the Queen Creek Library.

There will be about 160 outdoor vendors …

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Queen Creek Family Market returns

Today marks the first market since March

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The first Queen Creek Family Market of the fall takes place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 21802 S. Ellsworth Road, right outside the Queen Creek Library.

There will be about 160 outdoor vendors selling everything from food and candles to craft jewelry and clothing.

The event is being touted as a family-friendly market. Along with shopping for adults, there also will be a bounce house for kids and food trucks serving all manner of treats for everyone to enjoy. Pets are welcome.

Admission is free.

This is the first Queen Creek Family Market since March, with the market being on hiatus over the summer months. If you miss today’s market, don’t worry. The next Queen Creek Family Market takes place Oct. 30. Markets also will take place in November and December.

Organizers say this is a way for local businesses and vendors to get some exposure and for residents to enjoy pressure-free shopping.

For more information visit queencreekfamilymarket.com

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