Welcome to Olde Pickerington Farmers’ Market!
Contact: OPVBA Farmers’ Market , PO Box 465, Pickerington OH 43147
Email: email@example.com ~ Phone: 614-321-8221
School Employees Appreciation Day
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Just show your school ID to participating vendors for special bargains.
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The Olde Pickerington Farmers’ Market opens for its second season Thursday, June 5th and runs weekly - rain or shine - through September 25, 2014. Hours are 4:00 - 7:00 PM.
The Market is held at 89 North Center Street, which is property owned by the city of Pickerington. This easy-to-access lot with plenty of parking is located at the intersection of North Center Street and Town Square Drive, just one block north of SR 256/Columbus Street and the charming shops, restaurants and Historical Museum located in Olde Pickerington Village.
More than two dozen vendors offer locally-grown fresh-picked produce, hormone and antibiotic-free meats, home baked goods, handmade crafts, and much more! Wood-fired pizza is available for take-out or dining on-site on our shaded picnic tables.
The Olde Pickerington Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the non-profit Olde Pickerington Village Business Association (OPVBA). A complete list of vendors and some of their offerings are listed below. Additional questions may be directed to Market Manager, Leslie Markworth, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our 2014 Vendors
A Few of My Favorite Things: Pies, cookies, pickles, relish, jams
Bella Luna Cakes & Confections: Scones, cinnamon rolls, cookies, homemade granolas, cakes, cupcakes
Berry Family Farm (farm established in 1807): Hormone-antibotic free beef, pork, chicken, eggs, jerky
Brad's Bees: Raw honey, honey infusions, flowering plants
Brown Brothers Farms: Free-range,100% natural fresh chicken and turkey
Calico Country Creations: Fresh produce, plants, crafts, baked goods
Down the Road Farm: Naturally grown fresh produce, fresh and dried herbs flower bouquets
Fornof Farm Market: Strawberries (in June), fresh produce, eggs
Great Harvest Bread: breads and cookies
Hinton Apiaries: Varietal honey, bee pollen, honey comb, infused honey, beeswax
Leather or Knot: Leather belts, wallets, bags, key loopers, leather cuffs
Maugers Mini Donuts: Fresh, hot mini donuts made on site
Meri's Bakery: Artisan breads, pastries, vegan muffins, coffee cakes
Merritt Family Farm: Beans, tomatoes, cabbage, potatoes, onions, rhubarb, blackberries, raspberries,
Paiges Produce: Green beans, tomatoes, sweet corn, apples, squash
Pompeii's Inferno: Wood-fired pizza, water and soda
Poplar Creek Perennials: Herb plants, perennial & annual flowering plants, veggie plants, cut flowers, honey
Rhoads Farm Market: In business for 54 years, growing sweet corn, melons, vegetables, peaches, berries, and more!
Saum Family Farms: Sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, beans, pumpkins, squash, Indian corn, gourds
Schultz Valley Farms: Many kinds of naturally grown produce including greens/lettuce, peas, squash, tomatoes, potatoes, sweet corn, melons
Shriner Farms: Strawberries, strawberry jam and sweet corn
Silver Bridge Coffee Company: Freshly roasted, fair trade,organic coffee
Stonefield Naturals: Pork, lettuce, kale, green beens, tomatoes, squash, eggplant
Stoudertown Farms: (July 24th only) Beans, tomatoes, peppers, lettuces, aprons and mitts
Swirlykins Cupcakes & Edibles: Cake pops, push pops, cookies, brownies, hair bows
Tasha's Carmel Corn: Carmel corn (with and without nuts), special weekly varieties
Taylor's Made: Hot sauce
Team Spirit Sports Unlimited: Flags, garden flags, blankets, pillows
Urban Spread: Jams and baked goods
We look forward to seeing you at the market!