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Music, food bank, story time at Ligonier Country Market

Mary Pickels
Courtesy of Ligonier Country Market
The Evergreens will play acoustic music for this week’s visitors to the Ligonier Country Market.

Acoustic singer/songwriter duo The Evergreens, from Johnstown, will share their indie folk music with visitors to Saturday’s Ligonier Country Market.

Also this week, patrons can learn more about the services the Westmoreland County Food Bank provides to those in need.

In addition, representatives from the Ligonier Valley Library’s children’s department will be in attendance, with hands-on activities and story time at 10:30 a.m. near the Children’s Garden.

The library will be promoting its summer reading kickoff event, with a theme of “A Universe of Stories.”

Finally, Market Sprouts can join Daisy Mae and Lilly Lavender to help create the market’s submission for the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce’s “Summer in Ligonier Lego Contest.”


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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