Bluegrass Farmers Market

  (Lexington, Kentucky)
Nothing but 100% Homegrown or Produced at our market!
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The 2009 Market Season Is Quickly Coming To A Close!

Granted, it is supposed to be damp and on the chilly side this Saturday but that won't stop our farmers from showing up with all of their homegrown goodness!


I am amazed at the amount of tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and green beans still available. And, don't forget the wonderful winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, turnips, kale and apples. Yup, it's homegrown goodness at its best!


The Bluegrass Farmers' Market also allows members to sell items that they have produced themselves. That means no store bought and repackaged stuff at our market! We have members who make their own beer cheese, hand blend herb seasoning, create mixed dry beans for soup, bake wonderful breads and cookies, make homemade soaps and even gather and mix goodies for potpourri! And, who can forget the wonderful jams, jellies and butters...some sweet and some spicy!


We only have two more weeks of our 2009 market season so stop by and say hi before we close for the year.



~*~ MARKET HOURS ~*~


Tuesday 3 until 6:30

Saturday 9 until 2


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


Thursday 4 until 6:30


In the parking lot of the Fayette County Health Department on Newtown Pike.


Look for our new and bigger signs!


The Bluegrass Farmers' Market is Lexington's only

100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each of our farmers are certified Kentucky Proud!


Hope to see you all at one of our market days...

we grow, raise, bake and make for you!

 
 
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