Fresh blueberries, doggies and more

Downtown Cloverdale hosts a vendor market as part of the 8th Annual Blueberry festival.

Birdhouse maker Tom Finn returns to the vendor's market at the 8th Annual Cloverdale Blueberry Festival.

If you’re heading to downtown Cloverdale for Saturday’s Blueberry Festival, don’t forget to take in the vendor market, located at 176 Street and 56A Avenue.

Tables and booths offering food, blueberries, and merchandise will be set up by local businesses, blueberry farmers, and service clubs.

Representatives from West Coast Rottweiler Rescue will also be on hand at the Aug. 6 event, which is part of the 8th annual Cloverdale Blueberry Festival.

The group offers foster homes and helps shelter dogs find loving homes. This year there will be games, balloons and lots of prizes.

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