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Catch goat cheese, pick up some gifts | Letters | April 10

Bainbridge Island Farmers’ Market opens the 2009 season tomorrow at 9 a.m. with the assistance of Mayor Darlene Kordonowy, who will again fling the traditional Ceremonial Goat Cheese to the waiting crowd.

The lucky person who catches the cheese will be awarded a market basket with a clutch of coupons redeemable for gifts donated by market vendors.

Free drawings will be held for additional market goodies. Old-time fiddle music will entertain, and who could say “neigh” to a horse-and-wagon ride?

This year’s market will welcome several new local farmers, artists and artisans, and concessionaires.

Susan VanderWey,

market manager

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