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LC-Coulee-Fest-Market-1.jpg If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping extravaganza, look no further than Coulee Fest on Saturday. One of southern Alberta’s most popular markets returns to the annual festival, as What the Junk vintage market will be set up on Lethbridge College’s campus.

Twenty vendors will be offering everything from clothing for women and men of all ages, to homemade crafts, to fresh baking and flowers, and even a chance to get your own magic wand. All of this and more is available in the What the Junk vintage market, which will run from 1 to 5 p.m.

What the Junk is a popular marketplace that generally runs in the Stirling and Raymond areas, but is making a special appearance in Lethbridge as part of Coulee Fest.

LC-Coulee-Fest-Market-2.jpgThis year’s vendors include:

  • Sill and Soil
  • Posies Flower Farm
  • Mad Fish Glass
  • Blush + Gold Designs
  • Vintage Vixens
  • Shop Jolee
  • Sis Society
  • Blush Boutique
  • Boxwood Bureau
  • Baking Barn
  • Grandma’s Oven
  • Northern Board
  • House of Glass
  • Red Beard Apparel
  • A Bundle of Bows
  • The Blume Shoppe
  • Vinyl Blurps
  • Knubby Knits
  • The Felters Market
  • Gina’s Wands

LC-Coulee-Fest-Market-3.jpg In addition to the What the Junk vintage market, the Lethbridge College Bookstore will also have a pop-up location on-site at Coulee Fest, filled with brand new items just in time for the new academic year.

The third annual Coulee Fest is a free family festival that features live music, interactive program showcases, 16 food trucks, family fun areas, What the Junk vintage market and a beer gardens. Coulee Fest runs from 1 to 7 p.m. on Lethbridge College’s east lawn, concluding with a headlining concert from award-winning singer-songwriter Leeroy Stagger on the Brighter Together Stage at 6 p.m. All on-campus parking is free.

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