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APPLICATIONS FOR STREET MART NOW AVAILABLE

Applications for vendors who want to participate in a downtown Brookings street fair may be picked up at Java Java coffee shop.

Known as the Spruce Street Market, it is scheduled to be held Aug. 12, and then again in September and October.

It will be located on Wharf and Spruce streets across from Bernie Bishop Mazda and the post office, an announcement said.

For information call Robin Hauser at (541) 469-2408 or Terry Patterson at 469-4999.

Information may also be found on the Internet at www.farmers-market.com.

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