Farmers Market makes a great start to weekend
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Drop by the Market this Saturday for a "taste of Cannon County". Whether you're in the market for one of Mrs. Irene's fried pies and a "mess" of fruits or vegetables for great tasting weekend meal, the Cannon County Farmers Market is a great place to visit. As we creep toward fall, as you would guess your traditional favorites will be available at the Market. The Market has several new producers this year along with those you have known for years. We look forward in seeing you at the Cannon County Farmers Market.

During the week, drop by the Market on Tuesdays and Thursday from 7A.M. until 11:00A.M for locally grown fruits and vegetable at the peak of freshness.

For those looking for locally grown farm fresh vegetables, drop by the Cannon County Farmers Market this Saturday, September 6th for a great selection of fruits, vegetables and baked good including; beans (blue lake, Roma and half-runners), beets, butternut, cantaloupes, cucumbers, eggplant, fresh herbs, local honey, peppers (Anaheim, bell, banana, Poblano, cayenne, jalapeno, sweet banana), mint, okra, potatoes (Yukon, red Pontiac, cobblers and Kennebec), purple hull peas, sweet corn (peaches & cream and silver queen), squash (zucchini, patty pan and yellow), sweet corn, tomatoes (red, yellow and green), watermelons, assortment of squash.

Irene Hollis has a great selection of homemade fried pies and assortment of jams, jellies and baked goods. Half Acre Farm offers shiitake mushrooms and organic cucumbers, tommy toe tomatoes, basil, salsa and pesto.

The Cannon County Farmers Market is located in the Farmers Pavilion at the Cannon County Arts Center (1424 John Bragg Hwy, Woodbury, TN 37190) every Saturday beginning at 6:00 A.M. Our producers are proud to offer locally grown farm fresh produce. Most Saturdays the market is open until noon or until the farm fresh fruits and vegetables have been sold.

If you need more information concerning the market or would like to become a vendor, contact Bruce Steelman at the Cannon County Extension Office (563-2554), bsteelman@utk.edu or Cannoncountyfarmersmarket.com.

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