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Toledo Farmers Market

May 31, 2019
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for May 24, 2019

The South Tama High School and Middle School Jazz Bands did an awesome job entertaining at the Toledo Farmers' Market. There was a nice crowd who enjoyed the music. I have a video of each band playing on the Toledo Farmers' Market facebook page.

Kristi brought kolaches, rolicky, cinnamon and pecan rolls, pies, cookies, twisty along with bars to the market. Kristi baked a special bar for the birthday boy. Happy 4th birthday Lane.

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Under the direction of Mike Carnahan, the South Tama Middle School Jazz Band performs at the Toledo Farmers Market on Friday night, May 24. The High School Jazz Band also took part. The Farmers Market is open every Friday from 5-7 p.m. on the Tama County Courthouse Square in Toledo.
News-Herald/John Speer

Duane and Peggy had all the whirly gigs set up to move in the wind.

Shirley and Michael brought bismarks, rolicky, noodles, kolaches, and aloe plants.

Busy Bee Acres brought assortment of honey, lip balm, repel, lip butter, pawsome balm, homemade soaps, dandelion arnica skin balm, and lip gloss.

Chuck and Ginger brought rhubarb, green onions, popcorn, nut meats, hot pepper powder, kolaches, breads, pies, and eggs.

Vernon and Wilma brought eggs.

Dawn brought houseplants, jams, jellies, rhubarb, and asparagus.

Janet brought candies, and eggs.

Eugene brought his assortment of hand made signs.

There you have it another successful Toledo Farmers' Market. Be sure to mark those calendars and come out to visit at the Toledo Farmers' Market.

The next entertainment will be Dave Gray on June 14. See you at market.



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