Area politicians and Truro Farmers' Market officials celebrated Saturday's offician grand opening of the new facility with a ribbon cutting.
TRURO – A large crowd turned up for the grand opening of the Truro Farmers’ Market. Although it was a wet day visitors were able to look over all the goods while staying dry, thanks to the new canopy.
During opening ceremonies Keltie Butler, of the Farmers Market of Nova Scotia, said the Truro market is one of the most beautiful in the province.
Truro Mayor Bill Mills stressed that renovating the old fire hall and adding the sheltered outdoor area took a lot of teamwork involving different levels of government, as well as local agencies and individuals.
The market is scheduled to remain open until December 22 and will be the site of Truro’s Remembrance Day ceremony if it rains on that date this year.