The Great Errington Zucchini Races

The Greater Errington Zucchini Racers have screamed their way down the ramp for the eighth consecutive year.

The Greater Errington Zucchini Racers have screamed their way down the ramp for the eighth consecutive year.

The Errington Farmers’ Market  Society would like to thank the sponsors of this event: John Olson, who supplied the pit crew with distinctive caps and was the race  starter at this festive event; Boston Pizza and Lefty’s Fresh Food of  Parksville, with yummy prizes in the child and adult “Best in the Race” and “Beauty” categories.

Pictures will be posted soon on the Errington Farmers’  Market Facebook page. For zucchini racer enthusiasts there is also a YouTube video of the 2014 Greater Errington Zucchini Races.

Plans are being made for August of 2016 for a zucchini racers workshops at the farmers’ market leading up to the grand event on Labour Day weekend. Mark you calendar not to miss the fun.

Sunshine Goldsberry, President, Errington Farmers’ Market SocietyErrington

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