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Fruita News Briefs: Bike to Work Day, farmers market & Fruit Fall Festival

Cyclists participate in Ride the Rockies, which visited Fruita for the first time in its history.
Courtesy / Dustin Wells |

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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Email crow@gjfreepress.com with news releases pertaining to events.

Events should also be entered in the Free Press calendar system, which lives both online and in print. To enter events into the calendar system, we ask that you head to our website: http://www.gjfreepress.com. Scroll down until you see a “Grand Junction Events” box. Then press “Add Your Event.” It will walk you through the submission process from there.

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