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June 29, 2018

Performers of all ages are welcome to sign in upon arrival beginning at 8:30 AM. Performances will be organized into 15 or 30-minute slots beginning at 10 AM.

Space is not guaranteed. Music Go Round will provide speakers, microphones

and cords. All you need is your instrument! (And it doesn’t hurt to bring

a connecting cord, too, if you have one.) 

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The Market Wellness Doctor's Weekly...

June 22, 2018

We believe poverty should not be a barrier to healthy foods.

We help families buy fresh, healthy food from local farmers. This is a simple yet powerful idea with vast opportunity for impact. Produce Perks (formerly known as Veggie SNAPS) doubles the purchasing power for low-income shoppers – providing a $1 for $1 match for families and individuals receiving SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) when spent on healthy foods. Our match can be used to purchase fruits and vegetables, stretching the SNAP $ f...

June 15, 2018

Open Mic at the Market

The Worthington Farmers Market features a vibrant mix of local and visiting musicians, both featured and impromptu street performers that add to the festive atmosphere. Music and the spirit that comes with it are important to the market and its patrons. 

In partnership with Music Go Round Stores of Columbus, Worthington United Methodist Church, and musician, Chip Woods, the market will host a weekly "open-mic" on the lawn of United Methodist Church. Music that is upbeat, family-f...

June 8, 2018

Locally Grown Food Tastes Better

"...farmers who sell directly to local consumers need not give priority to packing, shipping, and shelf-life issues and can instead “select, grow and harvest crops to ensure peak qualities of freshness, nutrition and taste.” Eating local also means eating seasonally, he adds, a practice much in tune with Mother Nature."

Read more about the benefits of eating locally grown food to humans and the environment in "How Does Eating Locally Grown Food Help the Environment?"

Our...

June 1, 2018

Do You Eat Enough Fruits and Vegetables? 

According to the CDC, probably not! Read more in, "Nine in Ten American Adults Don’t Eat Enough Fruits and Vegetables."

Last fall, the Center for Disease Control released a study finding that, "...a paltry 9 percent of people consume the vegetable recommendations, and an only slightly better 21 percent get enough fruit."

Question is, do you know what a daily serving is?

"Dietary guidelines recommend between 1.5 and 2 cups per day of fruit, and 2 to 3 cups per day...

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