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Friday, August 5, 2022

The Potter County Farmer’s Market Will Be Open August 5th

The Potter County Farmer’s Market, located on the square across from the jailhouse, will be open this Friday, August 5th, from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM (weather permitting). Here is a list of who plans to be there and what they plan on bringing to the Market:

MIKE THOMPSON will be at the Farmers Market Friday with a big variety of fresh veggies. Bringing Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Tomatoes, Candy Onions, Hot Wax Hungarian Peppers and Dill weed.   Rough Rider Brand Pocket Knives.  Bring your kitchen or assorted knives to be sharpened while you shop the other venders.   RAIN OR SHINE MIKE WILL BE AT THE MARKET!

CARING CRAFTS will be there! We have a variety of colorful hand painted clothes pin wreaths. Stop by and check out our variety of plastic canvas ornaments/magnets and our unique hot air balloons! New this week is our hand sewed pillows! We expect cash payment! Hope to see everyone there! 

BLACK CATS AND PAPERCRAFTS is planning on being there, weather permitting, with clay charms, decorative lights, wall hangings, wind chimes and an assortment of things made from paper. Including some new hand made recycled paper items. For more information, or to make a custom order contact Leon at blackcatsandpapercrafts@gmail.com or visit out Facebook page https://facebook.com/@blackcatsandpapercrafts

ALPACA CREATIONS a vender at this weeks market.   Bringing beautiful new yarns just back from the mill, variety of designs and sizes of warm alpaca socks.   Lots of hand-knit hats, headbands, scarves, Neck-warmers and shawls mitts and mittens.  Dryer balls, boot inserts are always on the table.   Accepting Credit, and special orders can be discussed. We are Juried, PA Preferred and Member of PAWilds Artisan Trail. alpacas@zitomedia.net 

2 comments:

Eileen Eulich said...

I think the paper art is great for the environment

Jenna Tilwortz said...

I would like an alpaca hat for the bad winter we will likely have.