Fruita News Briefs: Bike to Work Day, farmers market & Fruit Fall Festival
FRUITA BIKE EVENT
Fruita will host a Bike to Work Day event at Civic Center Park starting at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, June 24.
FRUITA FARMERS MARKET
The Fruita Farmers Market starts Saturday, June 20.
FRUITA FALL FESTIVAL
Vendor applications are currently being accepted for Fruita Fall Festival, which is planned Sept. 25-27. Visit http://fruitafallfestival.com/vendors for more information.
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