Only a few Saturdays left until Customer Appreciation Day August 22nd
It's our way to say Thank You to our Loyal customers that keep us in business.
From now until 10 a.m. August 22nd you can receive 1 ticket for the prize drawing from each vendor that you make a $3.00 or more purchase from on Saturdays. Sign the ticket (print name) and return it to the vendor. All the tickets go in to the drawing to be drawn out August 22nd at 10 a.m.
Prizes are from local merchants such as Applebees, Max Motors, Captain D's, McDonald's, Mazzio's Pizza, Sonic, Hawthorn Bank, and more. Other handcrafted, homegrown or homemade items come from our vendor donations. Demonstrators for crafts will be there. Gardeners discussing gardening tips and nutrition are available to visit with you so bring a chair and get to know your local food sourse. Build up your chances to win buy something this weekend !
Market Days: Saturday 8AM till 1PM or when produce is gone and Wednesday 3PM to 6PM or when produce is gone. Remember buying local is fresher and supports your community. We don't grow fast food, only wholesome food we feed our families.
We are offering for sale many fine handcrafted gifts, edibles and plants at the Cass County Farmer's Market. Come early for the best selections.
Vendors, see rules for US weights and measures dept. (How to package and label produce)and Cass County health dept ( What canned goods are allowed without a certified kitchen and how to package and label baked goods)
Remember we're the market you can drive up to, honk, and we will hand deliver your purchases without you leaving your car.
Know what else we have at farmer's market? Free information. About plants, seeds, pests etc. Ideas about what plants to plant to feed bees so bees help your garden flourish, ask Maggie. Info on non- GMO seeds, plants, and foods for your health plus varieties of tomatoes with the most lycopene and minerals, ask Joanie. Want info on getting started in the egg business, ask Janice. How does sorghum compare to store syrups, ask Colby. How to grow almost anything, ask Sherry. Collectively we know a lot about growing. Coming soon: okra, tomatoes, peppers, green beans, cucumbers, zucchini, peas, potatoes, sweet onions, garlic.