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Sept. 7 Report

We should have a good selection of produce vendors this Saturday. Miller’s Organics, Eilerman Brothers, Cadet Creek, Sanctuary Farms and Sunny Creek will have a variety of late summer produce which will include a number of different tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, melons, a variety of peppers, perhaps some radishes, onions, garlic, potatoes peaches, apples and grapes. Sunny Creek will have a selection of meat beef, chicken and pork products as well as eggs. The Robinson Family pasture raises all natural pork.

Lisa (Eilerman Bros.) will have a variety of fruit pies and pastries and The Original Fried Pies Shop from Eureka is a new vendor that will have a selection of fruit and custard fried pies as well. Ray Ray’s Kettle Corn will be selling a number of different kettle corn treats.

Kathleen with Buddha Bar Soaps will be there with a huge selection of handmade soaps. Mary will have her custom jewelry as well as Debbie with her selection of Silpada jewelry. Sanctuary Farm has a nice selection of handmade items as well as their naturally grown produce.

Bob will be there with his “out of this world” local honey – a great value!

Art House Coffee will have a selection of small batch locally roasted coffees with a portion of the proceeds going to support the Turner Center for the Arts.

Note: We just got word that PM BBQ will NOT be there tomorrow and we have not been able to find a good substitute at this late date. So enjoy the many other food options available instead.

Dave and Them to Entertain this Saturday

Dave & Them is a fun and flexible band where the size of the band is what they call “venue appropriate”. The band  always includes Dave, but the size of “Them” could vary.

Johnny Henry

This week the “Them” will be Johnny Henry. They play a wide variety of contemporary, classic rock as well as old and new country. Drawing from the wealth of experience and an enormous repertoire of songs they can perform, They try to take a personal approach with our audience during their performances.