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Head to the Wabash Farmers' Market while you still can

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CORN: Fresh corn was for sale Saturday, Aug. 31 at the Wabash Farmers’ Market.
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FRESH: Tomatoes were definitely still in season Saturday, Aug. 31 at the Wabash Farmers’ Market.
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MUSIC: DakotaParker provides the live music Saturday, Aug. 31 at the Wabash Farmers’ Market.
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MARKET:If making a trip to the 2019 Wabash Farmers’ Market has been on your to-do list, clear your calendar and make it a priority before Saturday, Oct. 19.

by Rob Burgess - rburgess@wabashplaindealer.com

If making a trip to the 2019 Wabash Farmers’ Market has been on your to-do list, clear your calendar and make it a priority before Saturday, Oct. 19.

That’s because that’s the last date this year you’ll be able to take advantage.

“Come this Saturday and every Saturday until then to enjoy the wide selection of locally raised, mouth-watering sweet corn, melons, squash, tomatoes, baked goods and other handmade offerings,” stated Andrea Zwiebel, Wabash Marketplace project coordinator, in response to a Plain Dealer request. “The upbeat and laid-back atmosphere bustles with free live music, organic and locally raised produce, meat, eggs and honey, as well locally made wares including wood crafts, gourmet candies, fresh-cut flowers, and soaps. You’ll likely bump into an acquaintance or two and may meet some friendly, new folks. Dogs are welcome at the pet-friendly Farmers’ Market, too. The selection is tremendous and you will be pleased with the prices.”

The market is open weekly on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon between May and October. The market’s home is typically in the parking lot on the northwest corner of Cass and Market streets across the street from the Honeywell Center.

However, the final Farmers’ Market of the year will be held Saturday, Oct. 19 on Miami Street from Market Street to Canal Street.

For more information, check out the Wabash Marketplace website at www.wabashmarketplace.org/events or contact Kryston Henderson, the market master, by email at marketmaster@wabashmarketplace.org.