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A Spring Market fundraiser will benefit the parrots of the World Parrot Refuge

It’s called The World Parrot Refuge Spring Market, a fundraiser for the refuge. There will be food vendors on site and there will also be a fortune teller.

It all happens at the refuge May 18 through 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, located at 2114 Alberni Hwy. in Coombs.

More vendors are wanted for the event. Tables for interested vendors are $10 a day.

Find the Facebook Page for more information: World Parrot Refuge Spring Market and Giant Yard Sale.

You can also contact organizer Jody James at onetwothreewee@hotmail.com

 

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