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  • Market on South Perry moves indoors

    Starting today, the Thursday Market on South Perry Street will move indoors at the Buddhio Yoga Studio just across the street from the parking lot at The Shop where it’s …


  • Farmers markets in Spokane create incentive for people to eat locally

    Local farmers markets are encouraging people who receive money from federal food assistance programs to spend their dollars on healthy, local foods. Most Spokane-area farmers markets have accepted Supplemental Nutrition …


  • South Perry celebrates ‘awesome’ community

    More than 10 years ago, when the South Perry Business and Neighborhood Association held its first meetings, most of the businesses that now define the South Perry District were not …


  • Grant Park could be site of pilot community garden

    Many ideas were batted around the table at the South Perry Business and Neighborhood Association meeting Jan. 11, but the group was most excited about a proposed community garden in …


  • South Perry Farmers Market staying put

    It’s been an interesting couple of months for the South Perry Farmers Market. After a booming summer season in The Shop’s parking lot, with sales up by 400 percent compared …


  • Fresh Sheet: Market finds new South Perry spot

    The South Perry Farmers Market is still in the neighborhood. Plans to move inside for the winter were disrupted when the fire marshal wouldn’t issue a permit for its planned …


  • South Perry market out in the cold again

    Things didn’t go quite as planned last week, when the South Perry Farmers’ Market was supposed to move indoors for the winter at the Emmanuel Family Life Center on South …


  • South Perry assesses year with eye to future

    When the South Perry Business and Neighborhood Association held its annual meeting Tuesday evening at the Emmanuel Life Center, the first part of the meeting was dedicated to neighborhood news …

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