The market for 2013 will open May 4,2013 8 a.m. So come see all the vendors, and the goodies they bring.
We have some vendors singed up for 2013
Terry Aldridge fresh home grown produce and plants.
Designs By Jenni Hand crafted jewelry
Ethan's Berries & Cherry's
Gene's Wood Crafts
Ronda & Kelly Boyer Breads & produce
Central Mo Premium Foods Inc.
We look forward to more vendors to show up and sell. The list will be updated as we go forward.
We will starting up the market soon. Some vendors will not be coming back this year. We look for word to new vendors willing to come and sell. We be leave we have the best customers, and are looking for word to seeing them this year. I would like to send out a big thank you to Gary & Martha Self for the time they spent with us. Hope they will come back to visit us. Good luck to you both sad to see you go. We are a family at the market and love to have new members come in. I will post new Vendor list after our meeting before the market starts.
Hi folks my name is Terry Aldridge. Im one of the many vendors at the market. I will post the new thing happing in 2013. so over the winter check back for up dates. let us know things you are looking for & would like to see at the market. We are working on the EBT & DEBT for the market next year so hope to see you sone we are open this week end so come see us for the close of 2012. Thanks for a great year.
In 2008, Kathy Fairchild and Amy Crump looked around, noticed that Marshall, Mo. -- in spite of residing in the heart of one of the most productive agricultural counties in the state, and in spite of the renewed emphasize on agri-tourism in the state -- did not have a farmers market.
It had something close. Produce vendors set up shop in a parking lot on the west side of town. But a farmers market, they thought, should be more. It should be a weekly event, a place where community members not only buy fresh food and crafts, but take time to stroll, time to talk, time to listen to music.