PHOTOS: Cloverdale Market Days hosts final event of the year

Cloverdale’s main street filled with vendors, live music and dozens of artists today at the last Market Day of 2017.

According to organizers, this market had the most foot traffic of the year, with thousands walking up and down 176 Street, checking out nearly 100 vendors, food trucks and food stands, and three areas set up to provide live entertainment.

The markets, which are organized by the Cloverdale Arts and Entertainment Association, are put on in order to show off what Cloverdale has to offer to the community.

For more information on Cloverdale Market Days, visit cloverdale-ae.ca.

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Organizers said the September market had more foot traffic than any other market in 2017. (Sam Anderson)

Musician Ranj Singh at Cloverdale Market Days, Sept. 16, 2017. (Sam Anderson)

Artist Ken Chapman, pictured here with his work at Cloverdale Market Days. (Sam Anderson)

The Peace Arch Spinners and Weavers Guild. (Sam Anderson)

Susie and the Versatiles put on their ‘Lost in the ’50s’ show, live on 176 Street. (Sam Anderson)

Cloverdale singer-songwriter Emma Alves. (Sam Anderson)

Joshua and Mike Lutke, from the Vancouver Paranormal Society, ran one of the many booths at the September Market Days. (Sam Anderson)

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