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Special Pine River market set Sept. 2

The market is on Highway 371 by the Pine River Depot on the corner of Barclay Avenue at the traffic lights.

Pine River Market Square logo.
A Sept. 2 event will include live music by Charley Wagner of Longville, a food tent and growers' and crafters' market.
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PINE RIVER — Pine River Market Square, a local growers’ and crafters’ market, will host a special market 2:30-5:30 p.m. Sept. 2 with live music and option to purchase a light supper of brat, hotdog, or burger.

Charley Wagner of Longville will once again grace the market stage with his fun, folksy guitar playing music and voice, organizers said in a news release.

“With the use of a guitar, harmonica and foot rhythm he retells captured moments from the past,” the release stated. “With a strong work ethic, honest demeanor and passion for life, he strives to bring you his captured moments in story and song.”

A food tent will offer fresh grilled brats, burgers and hotdogs featuring many local goods from the vendors. Funds from sales will aid in offering music during 2023 markets.

The market is on Highway 371 by the Pine River Depot on the corner of Barclay Avenue at the traffic light. The market runs 2:30-5:30 p.m. each Friday through the end of September. Local goods feature and include an abundance of fresh produce, baked goods, eggs, meat, fresh cut flowers, crafts, and more.

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Vendors are welcome. Vendor guidelines and application, and more information about the market, may be found at www.prmarketsquare.wordpress.com or by calling the market manager, Mim Brien, at 218-838-1943.

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