Local growers and vendors will be selling fresh vegetables and fruits, sprouts, honey, sourdough bread, sauerkraut, homemade tamales, local raised pork, and handmade chocolates and pies on Thursdays from 4 to 7 p.m.
Local growers and vendors will be selling fresh vegetables and fruits, sprouts, honey, sourdough bread, sauerkraut, homemade tamales, local raised pork, and handmade chocolates and pies during the 2015 certified Dunsmuir Farmers Market.
Scheduled to open June 4 and continue on Thursdays from 4 to 7 p.m. through Oct. 1, the market is located on Spruce St. in downtown Dunsmuir, between Dunsmuir and Shasta Avenues, next to Dunsmuir Brewery Works.
Crafts by local artisans will be sold in the Children’s Park across the street from the Farmers Market.
Shoppers will be entertained Thursday by the Ryan Dart Trio.
The market will accept EBT/SNAP benefits and WIC produce checks. These will be matched dollar for dollar up to $15, a service made possible by community donations.
“We are hoping that the whole community will come out to support local farmers and producers and to enjoy the fresh, healthy produce,” market manager Andrea Herr states in a press release. “Your support of the market helps these growers and local economy and helps provide access to healthy food for our local community.”
For more information call Andrea at 925-4355.
Farmers, growers and other vendors interested in selling at the market can call Andrea at the above number or email email@example.com.
The market is sponsored by the Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce. Community members who would like to volunteer to help are encouraged to call.