Welcome to the second week of October 2020. We have weathered storms, shutdowns, and are still bracing for the upcoming elections. No matter what your party affiliations or political leanings we hope that every single adult person who is eligible to register is registered and votes. Your mail-in ballot will work, your early voting will work, and even showing up on the day of the election will work. You simply cannot affect change without participating in the process. It is shaping up to be a very interesting election day. And if every single person in America votes there are bound to be great changes as well.

Vendor Updates

Walking around the market this morning there have been some changes happening once more. Vendors moving from one space to another, new vendors coming in and old vendors coming around once more. We hope you will come on down this weekend and check out the great vendor offerings throughout the market. From antiques to new items, from fresh veggies to homemade meals we have something for everyone around here.

Diane’s Snack Shack has been sold and will be under new management soon. Check them out on the corner of the Green and Red Rows.

Looks like Richard and Betsy Hunters Handcrafted Items has moved back into a monthly booth across from Buchanan’s Something for Everyone on the Black Row.

Tin Lizzy Designs has moved out and now is someone’s closet on the red row.

The big old seasonal Teddy Bear made of straw has been set up in the front of the market for your picture-taking pleasure.

Medicare Information is available on Saturdays till the end of November in the first booth on the black row across from the fruit and veggie lady. She has informational booklets, pens and even some candy for the kids this weekend.

From our Walk Around the Market this Saturday