July 1, 2022 Farmer’s Market Report | News, Sports, Jobs


It was another lovely evening at the market. With 10 suppliers

Tama County Extension was there to hand out strawberry mugs and coloring pages for the kids.

Sandhill Acres was back with products and herbs.

Kristy brought kolaches, twisty’s, rollicky’s, pies, cookies, bars and quick breads.

Bailey had a wide assortment of tees, tanks, ice cream holders and tumblers.

Caryn brought her assortment of snacks, caramel corn, jams and plants.

Chuck and Ginger brought kohlrabi, scallions, quick breads, popcorn, nuts, eggs, rhubarb chips, pies and kolaches.

Sheryl brought her a wide variety of ceramics and handmade items

Heavenly Sweets had a large assortment of breads

Grace was back with her jewelry and crafts.

Frosted Bliss brought stuffed cookies, jumbo cookies, cookie cakes, bread, and cake cups.

Mad Acres brought dill, chives, lettuce, kale, spinach, radishes, tapestries and glassware

Many thanks to the Tama County pork producers for the grills, they sold out.

Remember, if you would like to pre-order a bakery or product, please let the vendor know by Wednesday, and you can pick up pre-orders before 4:30 p.m. on Friday at the market.

This Friday, July 8, it’s the Stop Light Festival. Pick up your vegetables and bakery, then sit back and enjoy the music on the courthouse lawn.

Meet at the market every Friday evening from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the Place du Palais de Justice.


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