Coshocton Farmers Market to open May 7 on Main Street

| May 5, 2016

COSHOCTON – On Saturday, May 7, Coshocton Farmers Market will open for its second season at the Main Street location, along the 300 block of Main Street.

The start of the season will feature early spring produce, meats and eggs, delicious baked goods, unique crafts, and lots of flowering plants. Vendor booths will be set up on the courthouse side of the street, and shoppers will enjoy live music by Abbey McClister and Cole Gable.

Throughout the season, vendors will offer home grown and raised vegetables, fruits, eggs, and meats. Flowering plants (annuals and perennials) and vegetable and herb seedlings are available in May and early June, with cut flowers coming later in the summer. Baked goods include homemade pies, bread, cookies, cakes, candies, and more. Crafts such as gourd art, crocheted items, primitives, hanging towels, and birdhouses will also be available.

The market is open 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays, from May through October, on the 300 block of Main Street, Coshocton.

The farmers market always welcomes new vendors. The fee per market day is $5, and the seasonal fee is $80. For information, call 740-545-7828 or send a message through the Coshocton Farmers Market Facebook page.



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