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r The Spanish Fork Children’s Market on Main is a craft and goods market ran and sold entirely by children. This year’s market will be held Saturday, August 11, at 10 a.m. at 49 S. Main Street in Spanish Fork.

This was a popular event last year with hundreds of children participating. It was a great learning experience that gave kids a taste of running their own business and the rewards of hard work.

Participants must be ages 5 to 16. While parents can help their children answer questions and count money, they are not allowed to do the selling.

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Kids can sell anything, including homemade arts and crafts, treats, or retail items and are allowed to determine their own prices. Treats were popular at last year’s market as were accessories like bows or jewelry and a popular. Many impressed with original artwork.

It is $10 for kids to rent a booth at the event. Registration can be found on the Spanish Fork Children’s Market Facebook page. 

Come support young entrepreneurs at this year’s market!

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