Dirk Becker says hello to young goat Balboa who’s on a leash for the first time with Errington Tree Service at the opening day of the Errington Farmers’ Market on Saturday, May 5. — Adam Kveton Photo

VIDEO: May Pole dancing at opening of Errington Farmers’ Market

Market turning 45 this year

It was a great day to turn 45 years old at the Errington Famers Market.

The market, operating since 1973, had its opening day on Saturday, May 5. The day was marked with a May Pole dance by adults and children.

The Errington Farmers Market runs Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through to September at Errington Community Park.

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