Night market on Saturday in Aldergrove

Market part of Million Dollar Neighbourhood families' goal of raising $1 million

Aldergrove’s Million Dollar Neighbourhood families are holding a night market on Saturday, Oct.. 29 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 272 Street and Fraser Highway.

The event is part of the MDN’s continuing series of challenges to meet the collective goal of $1,000,000 net worth for 100 families in Aldergrove.

Many local businesses, friends and families have enjoyed the benefits of a 100 table community garage sale, a private wine and dine event at a local winery, and a used car sales agency for a day since the TV production started in August.

Next week, MDN families will showcase the entrepreneurs in their group, including friends and business associates of the families, to increase their profile and invite all entrepreneurs in the Fraser Valley to showcase their  products and services.  Forty tables are available for $25 each.

In the spirit of the Richmond and other night markets, food cart service providers are welcome to offer speciality snacks to the public at this event. Performance and entertainment entrepreneurs need to contact the organizer for more information about their service.

The public is invited to attend the Aldergrove Night Market. There is no admission charge. The Night Market will be a televised event in Aldergrove in the Extra Foods parking lot on 272 Street, just north of Fraser Highway.

Contact Annette McArthur at 604-626-6505 or aldergrovepr@gmail.com.

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