Fallfest brings crowds downtown

The first Downtown Fallfest took place on Saturday with hundreds coming to check out the dozens of exhibtors and vendors that lined 3rd Avenue.

It was the largerst outdoor market of the year with the PG Farmers' Market, Wilson Square Community Market, and the Downtown Pop-up Market all setting up shop on 3rd Avenue between Quebec Street and George Street to sell their wares and home-baked goods to the eager crowds.

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Along with the outdoor markets, there were several speakers dicussing things such as Why Local Food? and Go Green with Electric Vehicles. Exhibitors included The Exploration Place, P.G. Beekeepers, Prince George Public Library, Northern Invasive Plant Council and more.

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