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Fort St. John Farmers Market to join the 2016 Block Party

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The Fort St. John Farmers Market will join the 2016 Moose FM Block Party, presented by the Fort St. John Co-op.

The Fort St. John Farmers Market will use the green space at 100 street and 100 avenue on Saturday September 10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. instead of their normal Saturday location in Centennial Park.

“We are excited to have the Farmers Market join the Block Party. This addition will give people one more reason to join us in Downtown Fort St. John,” said Moose FM President Adam Reaburn.

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Earlier this week the City of Fort St. John also approved our request to use the North Peace Arena as a back-up location for the Block Party if the weather isn’t suitable for an outdoor event.

The 2016 Moose FM Block Party will take over 3 blocks in the downtown core of Fort St. John for a day of fun. The main focus of the event will be the Burger King stage and the City of Fort St. John stage, that will feature local talent and street performers from all over Canada.

On top of the street performers, the Thunder Oilfield Kids Zone is back with fun for just the kids. There will be lots of inflatable toys from Evangel Chapel, a petting zoo, face painting and more.

We also have the LP Peace Valley OSB Market Place, this area of 100 street will feature local artists and small businesses showcasing what they do best.

All this happens between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday September 10, 2016, with the Farmers market open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Get all the details about the 2016 Block Party at www.moosefmblockparty.ca

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