Vandalia’s first Farmers’ Market is this Saturday

The first of four Farmers’ Markets in downtown Vandalia is being held this Saturday morning.

Fifteen vendors have signed up for Saturday’s Farmers Market, which will be set up in the 100 block of South Fourth Street, between Gallatin Street and the overhead railroad bridge.
The market, sponsored by the Vandalia Tourism Commission and organized by the Farmers’ Market committee, runs from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a customer-flow pattern has been established.
Customers will enter the market on the south end, for vendors in the row on the east side, and also exit on the south end, after the last vendor on the west side.
The other markets are set for Aug. 8, Sept. 12 and Oct. 10.
The vendors for this week include:
• Small Town Treats – Fruit pies, cookies, cakes, pastries and breads.
• Senoah Creek Farm – Fruit pies and breads.
• Red Barn Farm Meats – Meat and eggs.
• Centennial 6 Farms – Cut flowers, fresh fruit and vegetables.
• Stauffers Vegetables & Flowers – Fresh fruit and vegetables.
• The Copcakery – Cupcakes.
• Hickory Creek Farms – Fresh fruit and vegetables, cakes, cookies, breads.
• Morton Farm – Fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, eggs and home-baked items.
•Heartland Farm – Fresh fruit and vegetables, and eggs.
• Candles by Cori – Soy candles and wax melts.
• Soul Soapery – Handmade soap.
• Walt's Honey – Honey.
• Southerndown Farm – Fresh fruit and vegetables, honey and plant pots.
• Fayette County Museum – Plants.
• Rural Med – First aid station.

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