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Historic Longview Farmers Market 2012 Season Kicks Off!

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Posted: Thu, Mar 29, 2012
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC
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The Historic Longview Farmers Market 2012 season will kick-off this weekend on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 8:00 AM in downtown Longview, TX on Cotton St. between High St. and Center St! The market is scheduled to be open every Saturday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM through November depending on Mother Nature!

Many of our favorite farmers and vendors are returning this year along with many new participants. Please come out and support our local East Texas Farmers!

There is no reselling allowed in this farmers market. The products are grown or made by the farmers!

You can also show support by purchasing a vinyl banner for $150.00. Yearly renewals are $100. Your banner would be displayed each time the market is open and can have any message or logo you would like. The printer can help you with your design...no need to pay to have one done! The funding helps pay for the many costs to operate HLFM. If interested, please contact Lynette Goodson info@HistoricLongviewFarmersMarket.com or 903-746-2708.

Vendors you can expect this year:

  • Aggen's Farm
  • Aunt Cindi's Organic Market Center
  • Compton Farms
  • Cook's Nook
  • Crawford Farms
  • Dollyllama Farms
  • Essentially Naked
  • Flower Hill Farm
  • Greer Farm
  • Hag's Hill Farm
  • Haute Goat Creamery
  • Henderson Blueberry Farm
  • Johnny Cace's
  • Le Petite Jardin
  • Lindley Organic Farm
  • McPeak Orchards
  • Moser Ranch
  • Skunk Creek Farms
  • Tanksley Farms
  • The Pace Farm
  • Watt's What's Growing

Note: This is not a complete list as more vendors will sign on as the season develops.

The success of the farmers market depends on participation from the community. Please support the farmers market by visiting often and buying the products, telling your friends and family, making a donation, buying a banner or volunteering your time to help keep it running. The Historic Longview Farmers Market is a project of Preservation Longview, a 501(c)3 organization. For more information please visit the website and follow on Facebook.

I hope to see you there!!

Tanksley Farms

Aggen's Farm

Aunt Cindi's Organic Market Center

Essentially Naked

Thank you very much for reading my blog and please continue to visit often.

I wish you good health, happiness and love!

Danielle

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