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“Spring It On” market features local vendors and unusual handicrafts

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WASHINGTON (WEEK) --- An outdoor market was open to visitors in Washington Sunday, featuring a variety of local vendors and creators.

The "Spring It On" market had dozens of vendors selling everything from food and jewelry to homemade handicrafts and unusual gifts.

There was also live music to accompany the warm and sunny weather.

Ruth Howard is the co-owner of "Two Broke Grandmas" - a local company specializing in wood products and decorative items.

"It's really nice weather - it's beautiful out," Howard said. "It's a good thing that everybody can be outside and be able to enjoy the weather and be together a little bit again. The pandemic is hopefully clearing up a little bit so we can get back to doing what we love."

For a full list of vendors and information on upcoming events, visit the Spring It On event's Facebook page.

Harry Croton

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