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Food Network's Ree Drummond has a new cooking line at Wal-Mart

This dinner plate, featuring the Country Garden design of colorful flowers ($19.52 for a set of four), is part of The Pioneer Woman collection of serveware and cookware.
This dinner plate, featuring the Country Garden design of colorful flowers ($19.52 for a set of four), is part of The Pioneer Woman collection of serveware and cookware.

Ree Drummond, cooking and lifestyle star of the Food Network's The Pioneer Woman, now has her own line of cookware, serveware and kitchen accessories at Wal-Mart.

The collection launched on Sept. 1 and many items, including the basset-hound cookie jar ($12,72), sold out that day.

Other merchandise includes beverage dispensers, ceramic mixing bowls, mugs and cast-iron skillets.

You can shop for the items now online at Wal-mart.com On Sept. 14, the collection will be available in Wal-mart stores.

More shopping news

■ The North Limestone Community Development Corp. presents The Night Market 6 to 10 p.m. Friday at 700 Bryan Avenue.

The street festival will feature local artists, businesses, food and drink vendors and live music by Born Cross Eyed. Check out The Night Market Facebook page for more info.

■ The Labor Day weekend means big discounts at retailers during holiday sales.

At Fayette Mall, Altar'd State will offer another 60 percent off all sale items through Monday.

At Old Navy stores everything is up to 60 percent off through Monday.

At the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass in Simpsonville save 30 to 60 percent off the entire store at Chico's.

Get 50 percent off your entire purchase at the Kate Spade New York outlet, plus an additional 20 percent off all handbags through Tuesday.

Through Tuesday at Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th,save up to 70 percent off everything in the store.

For a list of stores and sale details go to Theoutletshoppesofthebluegrass.com.

■ The Kentucky Flea Market will host its Labor Day Spectacular with more than 1,000 booths of merchandise.

It's Friday through Monday at the Kentucky Expo Center, 937 Phillips Lane in Louisville. Admission is free. Go to Stewartpromotions.com for more information.

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