Haymaker Market Announces Winter Schedule

First winter market is Nov. 3 at Junction 211

Fans of the Haymaker Farmers Market won't have to wait long for its vendors to return following the end of its summer season.

The market's last official day on Franklin Avenue is Saturday, but the Winter Market series starts just one week later on Saturday, Nov. 3.

Junction 211, at the corner of Cherry Street and Franklin Avenue, will serve as home for the market through the winter months. It also will serve as the home of the Haymaker Holiday Markets.

Marketing and aquaponics consultant Paul Meyers founded The Junction Project in 2011. Its goals are to promote entrepreneurship, education and enlightenment, according to Meyers Linkedin profile.

This winter, Haymaker Farmers' Market officially becomes a year-round market, open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., through May 18. The market will be closed Dec. 22 and Dec. 29 for the holidays.

With 20-plus vendors, including three OEFFA certified organic farmers growing a wide variety of vegetables and herbs in high tunnels, and fresh baked goods including organic, gluten-free and vegan, artisan goat and cow cheeses, pastured eggs and meats, certified organic specialty grains, flours, and dry beans, handmade fresh pasta, vegan veggie patties, salsa and hot sauces, preserves, maple syrup, honey, locally roasted coffee beans, dried herb blends, soaps, lotions, candles, dried flower arrangements, and more. Enjoy ready to eat foods and hot coffees while getting knives, scissors, or tools sharpened.

Light on cash? Visit the market info table to purchase tokens with a Visa or MasterCard to use within the market. Customers can also use their EBT benefits to purchase SNAP-approved food items by swiping their Ohio Direction card in exchange for $1 increment tokens that may be used to purchase any SNAP-eligible food item from any vendor.

Subscribe to the weekly market newsletter by writing to: haymakermarket@gmail.com or by visiting its website at www.haymakermarket.com.


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