Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Uptown Westerville is a Place for the Final Uptown Farmers' Market of the Season

This is the last Farmers' Market Wednesday of 2007.

It has been a wonderful season and much thanks to both vendors and shoppers! Truly a wonderful community experience. A true cornucopia!

The Farmers' Market is the perfect place to stop for your Midnight Madness pumpkin! Pick it out today, decorate it tomorrow, drop it off at the community pumpkin display on Friday!

Thanks to the 2007 Uptown Farmers' Market Vendors:

Arjay Gourmet Foods, Ltd.
Birds Haven Farms
Blidsten Landscape Service
Carousel Watergardens and Nursery/Cathy's Tasty Treats
Cracker Cottage
Jim Doran
Flying J Farm
Gillogly Orchard
Landrum Cottage Designs
Malabar Acres
Mockingbird Meadows
Northridge Organic
Payne Family Farm
Pleiades Maple Products
Reds Wings
Sue's Kitchen
Taste of Seattle
Varley Valley Baked Goods/Droolin' Good Dog Treats
Zenjiro Gardens

And, Uptown Merchants stayed open extended hours on Wednesdays, during the season, including WUMA members:

A Gal Named Cinda Lou, 24 East College 614-766-1409
Amish Originals, 8 and 38 N. State St., 614-891-6257
Encircle, 30 North State Street 614-8891-1355
Gallery 202, 38 N. State St. Upstairs, 614-890-8202
Morgan's Treasures, 12 West Main Street, 614-882-4401
Ruth Reed Antiques, 21 East College Ave, 614-891-6202

Special thanks to....

The City of Westerville for its support, especially with the wonderful Uptown Farmers' Market banners. Much appreciated!!

Renee Kropat and Gallery 202 for the Farmers' Market logo and the Uptown Farmers' Market webpage.

Extra special thanks to Church of the Messiah, United Methodist for providing the excellent corner location.

One more thanks... Uptown Farmers' Market vendors donated weekly to WARM. Thank you for that extra touch of kindness and care. As we approach the holidays, especially, for more information about WARM and its place in our community visit the WARM website.

If you are interested in becoming a Farmers' Market vendor for 2008, keep an eye on the Uptown Farmers' Market webpage, print out an application form, or contact Doug Winbigler.

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