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Wednesday at the Farmers Market on the Square

By Barbara Armitage, FM2 coordinator

Don't get dehydrated in this heat! The Farmers Market on the Square's Wednesday Market on the corner of Campbellsville and Merchant Streets, Columbia, KY is loaded with fresh picked vegetables - a healthy way to keep your body hydrated. Here's a few of the items we'll have available until sold out:
Red, yellow, pink and even striped tomatoes. Heritage tomatoes like Cherokee Purple, Sun Sugar, Green Zebra and Pondarosa Pinks. Roma, Brown Stick, Tenderette and Half Runner Green Beans. Red and White Potatoes. Blackberries. Cucumbers for slicing and pickling. Yellow squash and zucchini. Onions and peppers of all kinds. Local honey. Beef, chicken and farm fresh eggs. Fresh baked breads and muffins. Fresh picked Honey Select and Serendipity Corn.
Produce at the Farmers Market on the Square is locally grown and picked fresh. The Farmers Market on the Square is open Wednesdays 1 - 6pmCT and Saturdays 8am - 1pmCT. The market, on the corner of Campbellsville and Merchant Streets in Columbia, KY, is across from the Columbia City Hall and next to the Adair County Judicial Center.

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