Toledo Farmers Market Report

Market Master Dawn Troutner (right) points to products as the first Toledo market of the season got underway on the Courthouse Square on Friday evening, June 5. Many of the customers attending and vendors wore masks as recommended in COVID-19 precaution guidelines.

Market Report for June 5, 2020

Hurray, the Toledo Farmers’ Market finally started. There was a nice crowd that was anxiously awaiting the sound of the whistle blowing. Everyone was good about social distancing and wearing his or her masks.

This first market night Kristi brought kolaches, twisty, rolicky, pies, cookies, rolls, and quick breads.

Cary arrived with her assortment of snack mixes, ancaramel corn and jams.

Busy Bee Acres brought assortment of sizes of honey, natural insect repellant, solid lotion bars, calendula skin salve, lip balms, and hand made soaps.

Chuck and Ginger brought kolaches, pies, crisp, quick breads, cookies, green onions, and popcorn along with nut meats.

Dawn brought asparagus, radishes, soup mixes, sage smudge sticks, fresh and dried herbs, garlic chive plants, lettuce, popcorn, jams, and handmade fisherman soap.

Janet had on her table granola, cornbread, quick breads, eggs, and tea mix.

A new vendor this year, Jennifer Smith brought handmade face masks, handmade soap, fudge, and fudge pops.

Joe and Barb arrived with small pies, quick and yeast breads, lettuce, radishes, green onions, and kale.

Your Plate or Mine had their table full of those small loaves of quick breads.

Next week we should have another new vendor arrive at market. Remember if you would like to pre order from your favorite baker you can. They prefer that you let them know by Wednesday. You are allowed to pick up those orders at 4:30.

If you would like the Farmers Market Senior checks, call 319-287-1182 to request an application. Once that is completed and returned the checks will be mailed to you.

Have a safe week and see you at market.