Mulberry Market helps students keep it fresh at their Back to School Bash [GALLERY]

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The Mulberry Market hosted a Back to School Bash on August 23 that was designed to showcase what the market has to offer. Students who found their way to Tattnall Square Park found face painting, live music and food trucks, in addition to the artisan goods and produce usually found at Mulberry Market.

The Market is in Tattnall Square Park every Wednesday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. For more information, check out their Facebook Page.

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Salamander Springs sells fresh flowers and produce.

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Sofrito Fusion Food Truck visits Mulberry Market.

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Mulberry Market is open to all members of the Macon community on Wednesdays.

Marianna Bacallao
Salamander Springs sells fresh flowers and produce.

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The Mulberry market isn’t just for people.

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Mercer students do face paint.

Marianna Bacallao
Salamander Springs sells fresh flowers and produce.

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