Make plans to visit the market tomorrow morning- the number of vendors is growing each week! Tomorrow we are expecting close to 25 local homegrown, handmade and homemade producers and artisans.

Expect to see local peaches, blackberries, cantaloupe and watermelon. There will be a variety of tomatoes, hot and sweet peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, summer squash, onions, garlic, potatoes, green beans, corn on the cob and more.

Locally produced meat by the Robinson Family Farm and Sunny Creek Farms will be available for purchase.

Pies, turnovers from Lisa Vogel of Eilermann Bros., speciality breads that are gluten and sugar free from Princess Delights, and locally made artisan breads from Great Harvest. El Chico Bakery will be joining us with their handmade fruit filled empanadas, cookies and churros.

Get your pickles and salsa from Two Men and A Garden.

Local artisans include Matt Keim and his one of a kind hand turned bowls and cutting boards, Jennifer Harmon and her handmade pottery pieces, Mary with her handmade sterling silver and crystal beaded jewelry, Cindy’s for the Birds, concrete bird baths, gourd bird houses and unique yard ornaments and All the Bows and Whistles little girls tutu’s, bows and headbands.

Locally roasted, fair trade, organic coffee and cold brewed coffee drinks by Art House will be available.

A new vendor, Sia’s Italian Ice will have their truck at the Market ready to serve you.
PM BBQ has great breakfast biscuit sandwiches and delicious smoked meat sandwiches, chicken and ribs.

Something for everyone…don’t miss!

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