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Coshocton Farmer’s Market now open

| May 6, 2013

014COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Farmers Market opened up for its first Saturday of the season. The vendors were set up with hanging baskets, pepper and tomato plants, jellies, onions, hostas, laundry soaps and more.  Have you tried Krista Seibert’s laundry detergent?  It comes in a variety of scents and also unscented.  Lisa Cutshall is planning to bring individual slices of pie (and plastic forks) for those of us that shouldn’t devour the 8 inch pecan pie alone.  Steve and Julie Troendly have beautiful flowering plants and succulent mini gardens. I can picture little fairy gardens in those hens and chicks. The Praters will be there with their green house plants and beautiful variety for your gardens. Cassie Seigrist has a huge selection of hanging baskets perfect for moms.  Dick Mullet has the buzz on what’s what in the honey department. Who knew there were so many varieties? Windy Hills Berry Farm has fresh brown eggs in their stand at our market.  Delicious is all we can say about them.  Penny Carroll has truck loads (literally) of perennials.  Elenor brings breads and baked goods.  Johnathan Snyder from Our Farm always has a wonderful assortment of veggies and is a joy to talk to each week.  The Pickleman was there with his jellies and goodies. Gary Kilpatrick sold out of his rhubarb and onions in a matter of fewer than two hours last Saturday.  As the season progresses, our number of vendors will continue to grow!  Are you interested in becoming a vendor?  Fees are $10 a week or $100 for the year and a one-time registration fee of $20.  We are always looking for crafters, gardeners, farmers, bakers, etc to join in our fun.  Call me, Jessie Tubbs for more details. 610-7433. See you Saturday at the Coshocton Farmers Market at the Coshocton County Fair Grounds.  First five people on Saturday to say they saw us in the Beacon get a free T-shirt!

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