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Find it fresh on Finley

We here at The Terminal have our alarm clocks set for early this Saturday. We know it’s best to get to Pepper Place when the market opens at 7 a.m. to get the pick of the crops. And we’ll stick around for the music and cooking demonstration. The coffee’s hot and we always run into people we know. But what about the other six days of the week? Say you get a craving for fresh produce on Thursday?

Jeffco Farmers Market sign

Christina Tutor/

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Mountain Marketplace, Bluff Park United Methodist Church

Mountain Marketplace is a unique blend of artists and vendors showcasing their art and merchandise. A variety of mediums will be represented including watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, pottery, sculpture, photography, ceramics, mosaics and handcrafted jewelry. Along side the art will be businesses such as Arbonne, Pampered Chef, Discovery Toys, Sassy Sisters and Thirty-One to name a few. You can find the marketplace at Bluff Park United Methodist Church, 733 Valley St. in Hoover.

Cost: Free

A grand re-opening in Eastwood

Wal-Mart opening in Eastwood

A crowded parking lot outside of Wal-Mart Supercenter #1711 as it opened earlier today. Photo credit: Christina Tutor

It’s here. The new Eastwood Village Wal-Mart Supercenter #1711 opened its doors this morning at 8 a.m. complete with marching band. It’s one of three that opened in the state today. There was plenty of management on hand for the ribbon cutting (and plenty of people based on this picture). Overheard was the comment that this Wal-Mart is top of the line with all the bells and whistles the company has to offer. It certainly still has that new store smell.

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