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Toledo Farmers Market

June 22, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for June 15, 2018

It was hot, but there was a breeze blowing through the Toledo Farmers' Market on this Friday night. The market had plenty of vendors who had an abundance of products.

Kristi brought rolls, cookies, breads, bars, pies, Czech bakeries, and Czech bakeries. Look for Kristi's delicious bakeries on our facebook page this week.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Caryn had plenty of snack mixes, jams, kettle, caramel, Chicago, and party popcorn mixes. Look for Caryn's assortment of snacks on our facebook page this week.

Darold brought onions, turnips, radish, and his up-cycled re-cycled indoor/outdoor tables. Look for Darold's fresh veggies on our facebook page this week.

Shirley and Michael were very busy baking rolicky, kolache, and buchty. Their bakeries are on the facebook page this week.

Chuck and Ginger were busy with kolaches, pies, crisp, breads, black walnut meats, popcorn, kohlrabi, green onions, and eggs

Dawn brought jams, dried herbs, and noodles, soup mixes, painted saw blades, rhubarb, mulberries, dahlia bulbs, and garlic scapes.

Sheryl had her colorful ceramics, towel sets, aprons, potholders, scrubbies, bowl holders, oven mitts, soap sachets, wine bottle cooler, microwave pouches, bottle covers, adult clothing protectors, scrubbie bottle washers, and much more.

Jim had plenty of handmade leather items, coin purses, purses, holsters, knife protectors, hair barrettes, and wallets.

Joe and Barb brought breads, crisps, pies, granola, kale, onion, lettuce, kohlrabi, and beautiful Napa cabbage, along with cabbage. Their good looking vegetables are on facebook this week.

Julie had her plate art all set up This market manager had to have the cute leaf plate with a little frog sitting on it. You can see her plate art on our facebook page this week.

Mildred was back with her mesh deco wreaths. They are so colorful and beautiful. They are on our facebook page this week. She was having a sale this week on them.

Gail and William from The Bunny Farm were back. They had wild flower plants, jams, pepper plants, pies, dried beans, cookies, muffins, radish, kohlrabi, lettuce, kale, Napa cabbage, and onions. Gail has an assortment of heirloom beans in quart jars. William and his friends were busy playing some music in the shade. Anyone is welcomed to join in on the fun with the musicians. Gail's colorful beans are on the facebook page this week.

Ryan with Fanciful Fibers brought his llama products, socks, hats, rugs, yarn, dryer balls, cat balls, bird nesting, and his felt hats. He also brought Hummin' stuff natural fertilizer that is kiln dried. It has no odor and will not burn plants as other natural fertilizers and it acts as a time release fertilizer due to its bead form and breakdown time. Carol was along this week with her embroidering tea towels and pillowcases.

A new vendor this week was Eugene; he uses barn wood along with other types of wood and makes planters, flags, holiday deco items. Eugene has some of his items on our facebook page this week.There you have the line up for this week Toledo Farmers' Market.

Be sure to bring your lawn chairs this week, stay awhile to listen to Storm Seymour perform some music for your entertainment. See you at market.



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