Bluegrass Farmers Market

  (Lexington, Kentucky)
Nothing but 100% Homegrown or Produced at our market!
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Bluegrass Farmers' Market Opens For The 2011 Season!!

Yup, it's that time again...the Bluegrass Farmers' Market opens their 2011 season this Saturday!


It's been a long winter and our farmers are raring to go. In fact, they are so darn busy only a few have let me know what they will be bringing to the market on opening day!


I do know that our tomato guy, Roger, will be on hand to take orders for his heirloom tomato and pepper plants. The folks from Herb'n Renewal will be there with their hand blended herb seasoning and wonderful Zuckie cookies! Judy will be bringing her great homemade jams and her fresh asparagus. I will try to update as I hear from our farmers but I can imagine springs finest locally grown...lettuce, green onions, radishes, etc...will be available on Saturday.  UPDATE...Robert will be bringing asparagus and other spring goodies.  And, I have been told that Kirby will be coming with spring veggies too!


We're looking forward to seeing all of your smiling faces this Saturday, April 16th!


2011 Market Information


When


Saturday 9-2

Tuesday 3-6:30


Where


3450 Richmond Rd. in the Fast Signs and Pedal the Planet parking lot, right next to the Glenn Auto Mall.

Parking is always FREE and we are stroller and wheelchair friendly!


Why


Because we think everyone who shops at a farmers market deserves to be talking to the farmer who grew, baked, made or created what they are selling!


Our farmers are also trained and certified in the GAP

(Good Agricultural Practices) program!

It's just another way that we show you how much we care about what we do!


Hope to see you at Lexington's largest 100%

homegrown/produced

farmers market!



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