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Conscious living

Those looking to peruse vintage, handmade or eco-friendly goods are invited to attend this month’s Ivory Vintage Market at Elgin Hall.

The June 25 market is the fourth of its kind – three were held last year – and is to feature more than 30 vendors from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The event is meant to showcase local women entrepreneurs who live consciously, create or provide eco-friendly services or products and who are looking for exposure for their business.

For more information, visit ivoryvintage.com

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