The Lorne Mountain Community Association hosted an end of the season harvest market on Saturday at the local community centre on Annie Lake Rd.
The event, which had no public health restrictions, is the first of this magnitude for the association since the pandemic began, featuring local vendors, entertainers and 100 per cent locally sourced foods.
Jennifer Dunn has been a vendor at the market since its inception five years ago. She said it’s wonderful to see people coming out and feeling free to be around each other.
“It’s kind of like coming back home again, where you can have people getting together freely, not feeling like they’re confined. So that’s been really nice,” she said.
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