While parents shop, children may come make a “Buckeye Necklace” or bracelet and learn about the “Buckeye tree” with Altrusan Debra Grover this Saturday at the info booth children’s table at the Fayette County Farm Market. As happens each Saturday, children receive a market coupon prize for finding the Peas-in-the-Pod hidden in vendor booths (one prize per child each week).
Grover will also have tickets ($10) for the Altrusa Loving Spoonsful Tasting luncheon, featuring 60-plus homemade member recipes being served on Saturday, Oct. 21, at 11:30 a.m. at the Commission on Aging. All Altrusa funds go back into the community for service projects and financial support.
Please note that parking for the Saturday market is available street side or in the same parking lot the Market occupies at the north side of Kiger’s Law office. If you are purchasing large or heavy items, the vendors are more than willing to assist customers to their cars with purchases. We continue to be a neighborhood market, appreciating and supporting the customers.
The Market is open every Saturday morning from 8:30 to noon and is located in the municipal parking lot on the corner of South Main and East East streets in Washington C.H. SNAP EBT food benefit cards, Senior Farm Market coupons and credit/debit cards are accepted—stop by the FM “Info and Children’s Booth” (beside the Sunshine Cleaners) for assistance. Those using the SNAP EBT card for produce receive matching dollar VeggieSNAP tokens ($1 for $1) for additional fruits and vegetables. So,”buy one, get one” for fruit and vegetables, up to $10 EVERY market day.
The following list contains the names and products of the vendors that expect to set up for the Saturday Market. Other vendors may participate as well.
Wood by DW (Debbie Welch): Wood primitives and sewn kitchen crafts.
Your Other Mother’s Kitchen (Don and Sara Creamer): Artisan breads, whole wheat brownie tarts, and bran muffin tops.
By Thy Hand (Mark and Lori Chrisman): Angel food cakes, pies, assorted breads, snickerdoodles, seasoning and dip mixes, recycled pallet crates and boxes.
Chilcote Farms (Bruce and Marlene Chilcote): Honey, cookies, apple crisp, sheet cakes and apples.
Engedi (Beth Day, Alana Walters, Janet Bick): Assorted home baked goods (cinnamon rolls, bread, yeast rolls, cookies, pies, brownies, cobblers, whoopie pies,small specialty bread), Icees, and a children’s activity.
Forgotten Way Farms (Cathy Ludi): DoTERRA essential oils, homemade soap, laundry detergent concentrate, bath salts and bombs, balms, wooded decor, and homemade organic vanilla extract.
Jones Farm Fresh Produce (Jon & Taylor Jones): Onions, peppers (bell and habanero), tomatoes, squash, red potatoes, seedless watermelon, cucumbers, hamburger patties, ground hamburger, chicken patties, whole chicken, chicken breast, wings, chorizo and sweet Italian chicken links, pork chops, ground pork, sweet Italian and jalapeño pork links, maple links and sage sausage patties.
Persinger Produce & Cottage Food (David Persinger and Julie Mosny): Pumpkin cookies, cinni mini, pies, cinnamon rolls.
This and That (Mary Ford): Garden and home crafts (summer goose dresses, coasters, mug rugs, aprons, OSU dog sweaters and other items, jewelry), baked goods (apple butter bread, PB fudge).
Katrina Bush is a vendor at the Fayette County Farm Market.