WALLOWA COUNTY — The Wallowa County Farmers Market is holding its 2021 vendor symposium virtually on Saturday, April 24, from 10-11-30 a.m. The free event is open to the public.

According to the event information, market manager Kimi Starner will provide the latest updates on vending this season, including COVID-19 regulations, market protocols and safety procedures.

A group of panelists — Theresa Stangel of Stangel Bison Ranch, Lauren McBurney and Annie Rose Miller of Lo and Ro and Brittany Lee of Earth and Ether — will describe their experiences and reasons for vending at the Wallowa County Farmers Market and offer tips and information on marketing, booth display and customer service. There also will be a Q&A with the board.

The event will include a door prize that will be awarded at the conclusion of the symposium.

There are several ways to register. Visit tinyurl.com/vendwallowacounty, the Wallowa County Farmers Market website at www.wallowacountyfarmersmarket.com, or on Facebook or Instagram.

Following registration, and prior to the symposium, registrants will receive a Zoom link to virtually attend the symposium. Eventbrite, which is coordinating registration, will send registrants a reminder and the Zoom link before the symposium begins. Registration is required to be part of the door prize drawing.

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