Market Customers –
Under the Pavilion – Expected tomorrow, May 19th 7 a.m. until sold out, at Howard County Farmers’ Market are: Mount Pleasant Bees and Produce with green tomatoes, new potatoes, white, yellow, green and purple onions, Sugar Ann peas, kale, radishes, fresh-from-the-garden cilantro; local honey, beeswax bars, handmade soaps, lotions and lip balms and peanut brittle; Fields Farm with various herbs and other bedding plants including dill and rosemary, lavender, cutting celery, butterfly milkweed, tomato and pepper plants, perhaps some carrots, and more; Salinas Farms with strawberries, yellow straight-neck squash, zucchini, cabbage, broccoli, onions, new potatoes, jellies and honey; Solomon Farm with their first green beans of the season, onions, new potatoes (Yukon gold and red), beets and carrots; whole wheat and bran bread, cinnamon raisin bread, local honey, hand-crafted bath and hand-crafted body products; The Kitchen Table with dinner rolls, artisan and sourdough breads, cinnamon rolls, peach coffeecake and strawberry muffin bread; Dennis the Menace Farm with yellow squash, yellow zucchini, cabbage and farm fresh eggs (high in omega-3’s!); Aunt Fern’s Fried Pies with various fried pies, including chocolate, sweet potato, strawberry, pecan and pina colada; Brown’s Family Farm with onions and eggs; Jan’s Jams & Jellies; Mrs. Edna Morris’ with her fried pies!
D&S Service Center will be sponsoring hospitality. Taste This! will feature Savory Beet Smoothies and Steamed Cabbage with Corn Gravy. This week’s Vendor Spotlight is Solomon Farm. And while at Market, don’t forget to sign-up for the drawing for a free bag of produce and other vendor products. – one drawing each week and you do not need to be present to win!
The market is located at 110 S Washington Street next to the Nashville senior adult center and Howard County Health Department.
To register to sell at the market or for more information about activities and garden workshops at the market and garden, contact Co-Managers Debra Bolding at (870) 557-2352 and Mary Hartness (501) 472-8092.