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Inaugural fall market descends to The Boro for six weeks

The inaugural fall market is coming to The Boro this month (Photo courtesy Tysons Community Alliance).

An inaugural fall market is set to kick off at The Boro in Tysons later this month.

The six-week market — Tysons Fall Mixed Market — will bring more than 30 local producers, markers and food vendors to the parking lot next to The Boro’s sandlot.

The event kicks off on Sept. 20 and will take place every Wednesday from 3-7 p.m through Oct. 25.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with The Boro to bring a fall market to Tysons,” said Tysons Community Alliance CEO Katie Cristol. “This market provides the opportunity for Tysons’residents and visitors to connect with local small businesses and gather together in a fun and festive way, while shopping for unique goods from local makers.”

Some vendors will remain every week while others will participate on a rotating basis.

Weekly exhibitors include Ashton Farms, Shotted Specialty Coffee, Panorama Bakery & Al Volo, Little Tibet Boutique and Chic and Ethnic.

The event is powered by Tysons Community Alliance a nonprofit community organization that aims to promote economic and social development in the Tysons area.

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