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Growers Market plans to grow this summer

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Nevada County Certified Growers Market plans to add another market this summer.

The new event, called “Cool August Mornings,” will be held Friday mornings from 8:30 to noon – only during August – on Nevada City’s York Street between Commercial and Broad streets, grower John Drew said.

The Nevada City City Council approved of the event Monday.



“We expect and hope (it) will be a great success,” said Mayor Conley Weaver.

Growers markets will also be held behind the Imaginarium on Nevada City Highway on Tuesday afternoons beginning in July and in Western Gateway Park in Penn Valley on Thursday afternoons.




Saturday morning markets will remain at the Nevada County Fairgrounds, Drew said.


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