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Worthington Farmers Market is CLOSED

Happy Thanksgiving A friendly reminder that the market is CLOSED today. We will reopen next Saturday, December 2nd at 9 AM inside The Shops of Worthington Place. #WFM #Worthingtonfarmersmarket #weproduce #getfreshwithus

Happy Turkey Day!

"What if, today, we were grateful for everything?" Charlie Brown Happy Thanksgiving to our community of farmers, food producers, friends and family! #grateful #happythanksgiving #worthingtonfarmersmarket

Worthington Farmers Market: November 18

Market Fun for Everyone Join us this Saturday near the information table for Market Sprouts. Bring your mini market shoppers to make a Thankful Turkey from 9 AM til noon! #marketsprouts #WFM #getfreshwithus #weproduce #worthingtonfarmersmarket Please don't forget that the market is CLOSED next Saturday, November 25. Our vendors for Saturday, November 18th include (in both alphabetical and numerical order): 1 Brown Bros. Farms, LLC 2 A Few Of My Favorite Things... 3 Native Cold Pressed 4 Stonefield Naturals 4.5 Batter and Bowl 5 Black Radish Creamery 6 Dan the Baker LLC 7 The Blueberry Patch 7.5 Ohiyo Chocolate 7.5 Rime Time Curiously Crafted Pops 8

Worthington Farmers Market: November 11

Taste Education: Soup Soups are the perfect way to incorporate vegetables in your diet. Not only are they nutritious but they are very tasty too. On average Americans consume nearly 10 billion bowls of soup per year! Don't forget to get your fresh ingredients from your favorite Worthington Farmers Market producers. Join us at the information table for different samples and recipes for your warm winter favorite - soup! Our vendors for Saturday, November 11 include (in both alphabetical and numerical order): 1 Brown Bros. Farms, LLC 2 A Few Of My Favorite Things... 3 Native Cold Pressed 4 Stonefield Naturals 5 Black Radish Creamery 6 Dan the Baker LLC 7 Blue Owl Gard

Worthington Farmers Market: November 4

The Best Advice for Preparing Your Home and Yard for Fall This week's newsletter comes from a friend and customer of the Worthington Farmers Market, Clara Beaufort. As a homeowner, there is always plenty to do. Sometimes it can get overwhelming, and it’s hard to sort out what to do when. Fall is an especially important time to take care of duties in and around your home. Here is a guideline to help you get organized and get through your tasks. Image courtesy of Pixabay Your home’s interior There are a number of things experts suggest that you do before the chilly winter months. Take time to ensure you don’t miss any fall maintenance chores with this list: Check your furnace. Replace filters

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