Saturday, April 28, 2012

First Farmers Market of the Year in Lancaster,Ohio..A Photo Journey

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Map picture

239 West Main Street Saturdays, 8-noon
April 28th-October 27


Yes, a little chilly but at least the rain held off. Love those tomato plants 4/$1.00






Robin Beyer (red jacket) is licensed by the state and federal govt. to sell “canned products.” She is listed as the Principal of A Few Of My Favorite Things.







The money I saved by not golfing on a Saturday morning I spent at the Farmers Market. LOL


My sister and brother-in-law are coming over for dinner tomorrow. I think I’ll tell them I made the cherry pie.

JOETODDSAYS210 Thanks for stopping by and while your at it check out your own local “Farmers Market” and BUY LOCAL

First Farmers Market of the Year in Lancaster,Ohio..A Photo Journey..A My Quality Time Post


Lona said...

Is the Farmers Market held in the parking lot at the Community building or Job Services on the corner? I really cannot think of the name of the building. LOL!
That bread and the pies looks yummy Joe. It better be good if you are going to claim to have baked it. LOL!

TONY LETTS said...

Joe how can you do this to me? You know I'm a foodie :)

Leslie said...

Thanks for visiting the market. I want to get a jar of that Chow Chow...looks awesome! See you soon.

Glenn Family Gardens

Kim, USA said...

Wow your farmers market is early wish we do have that here in MI too. I can't wait to buy honey from local farmers ^_^ Happy weekdays!


Al said...

It looks like a great market and a pretty city.

Anonymous said...

I didn't realize it was open already; was looking for it at Zane Square! Did they move back to that parking lot they were at years ago?

Joe Todd said...

Moved back to the parking lot

A Colorful World said...

I LOVE Farmer's Markets! This one looks wonderful! Bet you had a great day! And I bet that pie was scrumptious!

Sallie ( said...

Your Spring has arrived if the Farmer's Markets are there! (A little chilly, but still!) And of course you should say you baked that pie -- and grew those veggies == and made that jam, isn't that what Farmer's Markets are for, so we can pretend that we did all that ourselves?