Wednesday market vendor lineup


By David Persinger - For the Record-Herald



Two vendors will have strawberries at today’s farmer’s market.

Two vendors will have strawberries at today’s farmer’s market.


Courtesy photo

There will be local strawberries from two farms at today’s Farmer’s market. Fine baked goods and a fantastic array of hand sewn and crocheted items along with potted plants, both vegetables and flowers, round out the products available this week.

This venue, located in the TSC parking lot on Columbus Avenue, runs from 3 to 6 p.m. and is without any Market sponsored electronic processing and is therefore a cash-only market. The vendors stating they plan on attending today (others may come as well) and the items they expect to bring include:

—Dill Family Farms (Andy and Paula Dill): strawberries and local honey.

—Chilcote Farm (Bruce and Marlene Chilcote): Local honey and honey products, hickory nut cake, “ooey gooey” cinnamon swirl cake, rhubarb coffee cake. Also, chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter, and sugar cookies, sweet cream cake (makes a great strawberry short cake) and brownies.

—Cute as a Button (Jane Ann Teeters): button earrings, aprons, clothespin bags, crocheted and fabric purses, and children’s clothing.

—Bridgeview Gardens (Hunter and Lorelle Rohrer — 740-505-5125): Fresh produce (strawberries, asparagus, spring onions, and lettuce). Potted plants – garden vegetables (including sweet potato plants) and flowers (annuals and perennials), and homemade bread, butter rolls and cinnamon buns.

—Cozy Baby Blessings (Nancy Cutter): Handmade Baby essentials including crocheted baby blankets and hats, flannel burp cloths, bows, crinkle toys and teethers. Handmade earrings, crocheted dish cloths, pot scrubbers, jar grippers and intensely scented wax melts in over 50 scents!

Two vendors will have strawberries at today’s farmer’s market.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/05/web1_thumbnail_HUNTERS-STRAWBERRIES.jpgTwo vendors will have strawberries at today’s farmer’s market. Courtesy photo

By David Persinger

For the Record-Herald