Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
 
 
 

Toledo Farmers Market

October 5, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for September 28, 2018

The last market for September, this season has gone fast. There is one month of the Toledo Farmers' Market left. Be sure to come on out and make those final market purchases.

Kristi had plenty of bakery, twisty, bars, kolaches, rolicky, rolls, cookies, pies, and breads.

Article Photos

Amy brought cherry tomatoes, garden shrubs, and home made cards. This was Amy's last week.

Caryn had her assorted jams, jellies, snack mixes, and favored popcorn. The favors she had this Friday night was kettle, caramel, Chicago, and party.

Darold brought cucumbers, egg plant, turnips, green beans, tomatoes, green peppers, hot peppers, and onions. This was Darold's last market for the season.

Article Map

Chuck and Ginger brought gourds, pumpkins, cucumbers, winter squash, egg plant, peppers, potatoes, onions, apples, honey, popcorn, honey, eggs, kolaches, pies, breads, squirrel corn, eggs, and an oat bouquet.

Dawn brought fresh herbs, bird house gourds, winter squash, tomatoes, houseplants, and hot peppers.

Sheryl had very colorful fall and Halloween ceramics', all her hand made towel sets, scrubbies, aprons, bibs, dish clothes, oven mitts, and lovie blankets.

Lois, Brenda, and Ethan were selling winter squash, zucchini, cucumbers, pumpkins, tomatoes, green peppers, and egg plant. Ethan was selling his Cub Scout popcorn.

Janet was back with eggs, breads, corn bread, hot peppers, and sweet peppers.

Joe arrived with crisps, hot peppers, green peppers, gourds, along with an assortment of winter squash.

Jim had his hand made leather goods.

Your plate or Mine had sweet breads, and monster cookies.

Fanciful Fiber brought embroider towels, and pillow cases, knit socks, knit hats, llama hats, carlin scarf, rugs, llama fiber cat toys, llama bird nesters, and dryer balls, hand spun llama/Alpaca yarn, and loom rugs and purses.

Gail and William from the Bunny Farm brought jams, jellies, apples, green peppers, yeast breads, zucchini, winter squash, potatoes, kale, and bird house gourds.

There is still plenty to be purchased. With the cool weather gardens are coming to a stop. Be sure to come out and see your favorite vendor before their gone for the season. See you at market.

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web