July’s First Wednesday at The Market

The first day of July, which is also a Full Moon day, will be celebrated, as the Farmer’s Almanac suggests we do at all Full Moons, by gathering our harvest and reaping the rewards of a successful planting!  Come join us from 3pm to 6pm for the bounty as we head into the weekend ready to grill and chill to fireworks, family and fun!

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Heart and Hands Farm will bring heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, garlic, potatoes, honey, corn.

S&H Farm will be at the Wednesday July 1 Person County Farmers Market with their Certified Naturally Grown produce! On their tables you’ll find:
basil
carrots
cucumbers – green and yellow
onions – slicing
sweet peppers
tomatoes
cherry tomatoes
If they can hold anything for you, please email: sandhfarm@gmail.com

Hester Produce and Cloverfield Farms will bring their honey, jade green beans, blueberries, okra, Tapas chiles, peach preserves, cat and bird crafts.

Check out Make Mine Homemade at market to find all natural insect repellent, healing salve, luscious sugar scrubs and more all natural, herbal health and body care products. Follow on Facebook and be among the first to know about sales, specials, and new products!

Stillwater Farms and Food will have chicken eggs and a few duck eggs

Parker Farm and Vineyard will be at market this Wednesday with cucumbers, tomatoes, squash, cut flowers and a few cuts of grass-fed beef!

Abanitu Organics will have leeks, cabbage, garlic, and a few golden berries.

Blue Crown Farm will have:
Blueberries $3.75/ pint
Basil $6 / lb or $2/ 4oz
Squash $1.40/ lb
Cucumber $1.40/ lb
Fennel Bulb $2 ea
Snap Beans $2.50/ bag 1 lb
Tomatoes
Eggplant

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Enjoy Wednesday at the Market!  Join us 3-6pm
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