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North Battleford mall starting an interior farmers market

Frontier Centre will mark its golden anniversary in 2025.
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The indoor market offers vendors an opportunity to sell product in a safe, clean, secure environment for the small fee of $10 per table for the season.

NORTH BATTLEFORD — Shirley Blyan, assistant property manager for Terracap Management Inc. who operates Frontier Centre in the Battlefords, has announced the creation of an interior farmers market at the location.

“The event is being created in the hopes of increasing traffic and helping out our local vendors. We will have the vendors located throughout the mall,” says Blyan.

The indoor market offers vendors an opportunity to sell product in a safe, clean, secure environment for the small fee of $10 per table for the season.

Blyan said at present they are reserving tables on a first come, first serve basis. The interior farmers market will begin June 15 and run until Sept. 28 on Saturdays.

Frontier Centre continues to host activities to engage the community and to recognize special and seasonal events.

Roger Emberley will be part of the Father’s Day event on June 8, along with Larry the Balloon Man and a pop-up shop where children can purchase a little gift for Father’s Day with prices ranging from five cents to one dollar. There are hopes to also hold a mini powwow demonstration.

“We will also be hosting a fall fest in September, a Halloween scavenger hunt in October, pajamboree in November and a Christmas concert in December We also have Santa visiting us in December,” adds Blyan.

Frontier Centre has previously hosted in 2024 a February talent show, a St. Patrick’s Day singalong, and an Easter scavenger hunt and craft room in March. Mother’s Day, 2023, also saw a similar activity to what is being held for Father’s Day.

Frontier Mall construction started in September of 1973 with completion in 1975, marking 49 years for this premier shopping centre in the Battlefords.

The mall space once included Woolworth’s, SAAN store and Safeway but tenants have changed over the years. The self-contained shopping experience was well received and continues to be a shopping centre of choice for many residents and visitors alike. While changes have kept the location continually evolving, it has stood the test of time and will mark its golden anniversary in 2025.

Frontier Centre hosts over 200,000 square feel of retail space and ample free parking, surrounded by major retailers and a multi-use recreation complex. You can find all the latest news and updates on their social media page, .