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Friday, August 21, 2015

Farmer's Market In Coudersport Today Loaded With Garden Goodies & More

Potter County Farmers' Market opens Friday at 1:00 p.m. Market location is downtown Coudersport at the corner of East Second and North East Streets in downtown Coudersport.

Vendors planning to attend this week include:

Mckeone Orchard & Nursery with cucumbers, yellow squash, pattypan squash, zucchini, plums, saturn peaches, blackberries, strawberries, etc.

Card Creek Trading Post with assorted breads, scones, biscotti and baked goods, and jelly, honey and pickles.

Miles Farm Produce with zucchini, cucumbers, garlic, tomatoes and blackberries.

Alpaca Creations with socks, yarns (especially sock yarn); hand knit apparel including scarves, cowls, mitts and mittens for both men and women; dryer balls; shawls; insoles for boots. Taking credit cards.

Wooleylot Farm will be bringing garlic, fingerling potatoes, shallots and cucumbers.

Barbara Houwer will be bringing her felted woolen items along with hand-crafted wooden toys.

Metzger Heritage Organic Farm with Swiss chard, carrots, leaf lettuce, beet greens, green beans, fresh-cut herbs including red, Thai and Italian basil, dill, flat-leaf parsley, cilantro; hot peppers - jalapeno, Czech black, Portuguese hot, cayenne, Hungarian wax; sweet peppers; organic heirloom tomatoes and green tomatoes.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish the Farmers Market was open at a different times. It is difficult for people who work to get there at the times they are set up.

Sharon said...

I've spent an untold number of hours at the Farmer's Market watching as businesses and the hospital let out and car after car drives past without stopping. We found business drops off completely after 5 p.m. and people rarely will come back into town on Saturdays. I've taken a hiatus from the Farmer's Market, but believe me, the vendors are trying very hard to accommodate the few customers who stop in.