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Reminder! Farmer's Market every week in Shelbyville.Posted Sunday, August 14, 2011, at 10:20 AM
I bring this up for YOU the consumer, more than the farmers, because it seems they sell out quickly, so they don't need help.
You on the other hand may be like some of our garden club members (which meets this Friday, by the way) who are forgetting the start time or may not have found the location yet. The new changes have not settled into their busy schedule yet.
"The Bedford County Farmers' Market opens every Thursday at 3:30 p.m. until they sell out at the Celebration Pavilion under the blue water tower on the Celebration Grounds. Come support Middle Tennessee growers and purchase some homegrown produce!"
Those who are remembering the start time and location (blue water tower on the Celebration Grounds) all say to go EARLY. Maybe 30 minutes or maybe even an hour early to catch the farmers as they set up.
Why? Because others are doing it and you may show up 30 minutes into the market and have already missed what you wanted. It's a tough world out there folks. GO FOR IT!!
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