Rock Creek to be featured

GlobalTV will feature Rock Creek on it's Small Town BC segment this weekend.

The Rock Creek Market is an opportunity each Saturday to reconnect with friends over a cup of coffee and share news. The big news this week is that Rock Creek will be featured on Global TV’s Small Town BC feature this weekend. Those with pictures they’d like to share can email them to weekendnews@globaltv.com Vic Boychuk heads up the Rock Creek Market that has been happening through the season since it began in 2008. He says this year is probably the best so far for the market

The Rock Creek Market is an opportunity each Saturday to reconnect with friends over a cup of coffee and share news. The big news this week is that Rock Creek will be featured on Global TV’s Small Town BC feature this weekend. Those with pictures they’d like to share can email them to weekendnews@globaltv.com

Vic Boychuk heads up the Rock Creek Market that has been happening through the season since it began in 2008. He says this year is probably the best so far for the market, with a variety of unique vendors offering their goods.

The market held a Customer Appreciation Day recently and many shoppers were delighted to be gifted some goodies made by vendors.

 

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