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Farmer's Market on the Square is coming to Columbia this Spring

The new Market will offer products from any Kentucky County, and will not be limited to food and produce. In many ways, it is modeled after successful markets in other communities, but with a flavor all its own.
There's a new Farmer's Market coming to Columbia and we're hoping that you will want to be a part of it. - BARBARA ARMITAGE

By Barbara Armitage

A new Farmer's Market on the Square is Coming to Columbia this Spring. It will be open every Saturday from April 20, 2013, to the end of October. Gardeners, Farmers, Crafters and Artisians are all invited to attend an organizational meeting of the Farmer's Market on the Square Tuesday April 2, 5:30pmCT at the Trabue Russell House, 201 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY.

The market will be located in the parking lot of the Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, convenient to restaurants, plenty of parking, and easy access to public facilities. The Farmer's Market on the Square is a Saturday only market located in downtown Columbia featuring Kentucky grown fruits and vegetables, plants as well as handcrafted gifts and other surprises. The market is open to everyone in Kentucky from the small hobby gardener with excess produce who wants to come for a day to the farmer working hard to feed the world. Artisans looking for an outlet for their special crafts are invited to join us. Musicians who just need to be heard will find a place at the market.

We're willing to work with your special needs. Sell for a day or a season at a price that will keep your profits high. If this sounds like fun and makes good business sense to you, then come and be a part of Columbia's newest shopping experience. Contact Barbara Armitage, Farmer's Market on the Square Association at 270-250-2979 for detailed information on the market guidelines and requirements, fees and an application. Reserve your space now - don't delay spaces are limited and are filling fast. We're on the way to everywhere - stop by and visit with us soon.

This story was posted on 2013-03-11 18:09:30
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