Downtown Greenville Farmers' Market Returns for Another Great Season!

May 28, 2014

Main Street Greenville invites you to visit the Downtown Greenville Farmers’ Market (sponsored by Greenville National Bank and the KitchenAid Experience Retail Center). The Farmers’ Market will return on Saturday, June 7 in front of the Darke County Courthouse on the corner of 4th and Broadway.

 

The market will run every Saturday from June 7th - October 11th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Downtown Greenville Farmers’ Market has been a Darke County staple since 1998. This year promises to be another great year for fresh produce, baked goods and crafts from local vendors.

 

Farmers’ Market attendees can expect to see the following vendors: Innisfree on the Stillwater Farm, Byers’ Family Farm, Wolf’s Produce, Janet’s Broadway Bakery, S.T.U.F.F., Aultman Farms, Rhoadeside Noodles and More, Kraut Creek Pastures, Granny’s Pantry, Burning Maple Farm, Ansonia FFA Greenhouse, Stoneboat Apiary, OH FUDGE!, Threadworks, Linda Emerick , Joseph & Danell Rife, and more throughout the season.

Vendors will offer various goods ranging from fresh produce, local honey, homemade lip balms, handmade jewelry, embroidery & sewn items, fudge, seedlings, jams & jellies, local meat, fresh baked goods, noodles, craft items, fresh flowers, herbs, whole bean coffee, and more! Event attendees can expect to see a varied lineup of vendors and goods each week.

 

Vendor applications are accepted throughout the season. For application inquiries or further information about the Farmers’ Market, please visit www.downtowngreenville.org, like Downtown Greenville Farmers’ Market on Facebook or call Executive Director, Amber Garrett at 937-548- 4998.

 

Main Street Greenville is a non-profit organization that supports downtown Greenville, Ohio through stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth.

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