Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Uptown Westerville is a Place for Autumn's Bounty
If it's Wednesday in Uptown Westerville -- that means Farmers' Market Day.
And... today you can check out Autumn's bounty. Choose organic and conventionally farmed produce -- apples, squash, sweet corn, tomatoes, and melons.... The usual home-made, hom-grown choices are there, too -- pie, jellies, chutneys, jams, honey, pet treats, cookies, and more!
And, the Cub Scouts are there selling.... popcorn!!
And remember, select Uptown shops have extended Wednesday hours!
This year's Farmer's Market, at the corner of N. State and E. Home in the Church of the Messiah parking lot, runs through October 24th. That's 2 days before Uptown Westerville's Annual Big-Boo: Midnight Madness. This year, you can add a decorated or carved pumpkin to a community display (on W. Main, between 12 W. and 20 W. Main) -- you can pick out your pumpkin on Wednesday at the Farmers' Market, and bring it back up for the community display Friday night!
Posted by UWFM Management Team at 2:59 PM