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Jacinto City holds the Night Market Saturday

LIFE IS TOO SHORT NOT TO EAT A CUPCAKE, says the sign at the Cupcake Booth. Plenty to eat and drink at the Night Market.

Life in Jacinto City is good, and gets better all the time. Now the city has a new “Night Market” every second Saturday of the month, on the plaza of the TownCenter.

The Market has about 40 vendors that set up their booths, from 6pm to 10pm. Included are fresh food, pastries and cupcakes, food specialties, handmade crafts, information exhibits, and even a wine tasting truck. And check out the live music, take a few minutes to enjoy the sounds.

The urban event is the brainchild of Fire Chief Rebecca Mier, who with the support of City Council has been staging the Market for a number of months. At first it was a daytime event, but now it regularly meets at night to serve the community. To reserve a free booth, call 832-554- 6905.

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