Farmer’s Market Report for July 8th, 2022

It was a great night at the market. There were 14 vendors with crowds of people standing at vendor tables and taking in the Stop Light Festival.

Sue had radishes, carrots, onions, beans, and leaf lettuce.

Holly’s Gemstone Gallery brought an assortment of handmade gemstone jewelry.

John had his beautiful handmade cornhole boards.

Cindy brought green beans and potatoes.

Sandhill Acres was back with green garlic, onions, maple syrup, dried herbs and flower arrangements.

Kristy brought kolaches, twisty, rollicky, pies, cookies, bars, pecan rolls, cinnamon rolls and quick breads.

Bailey had a wide assortment of tee shirts, tanks, popsicle holders and tumblers.

Caryn brought her assortment of snack mix, party mix, caramel corn, jams and plants.

Chuck and Ginger brought kohlrabi, green onions, quick breads, popcorn, zucchini, summer squash, black raspberries, walnuts, eggs, rhubarb crisp, pies and kolaches.

Busy Bee Acres brought an assortment of sizes of honey, bee wax, lip balms, calendula skin salve, solid lotion, thread wax, handmade crafts and hand soap.

Heavenly Sweets had a wide assortment of breads

Frosted Bliss brought stuffed cookies, giant cookies, cookie cakes, bread, sugar cookies decorated like stop lights and cake cups.

Mad Acres brought dill, chives, lettuce, kale, spinach, squash, cucumbers, tapestries and glassware.

Mother Mary’s Bakery brought breads, cinnamon rolls, pies, popcorn balls, cookies and bars.

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

The Tama County Cattlemen will be in attendance to grill out.

Come join us this Friday to get registered for the gift bag drawing which will take place on July 22.

The market is every Friday night 5-7 p.m. at the Courthouse square.