Please support our growers/vendors

Tomorrow’s weather is looking like a nice day. After tomorrow, we
only have five more weeks for the season. We have, a new vendor Robyn
Custred, Robyn’s Dough, selling fresh baked homemade breads and also
flavored butters to go with the breads. She will be bringing white,
sour dough, raisin, and possibly a few mini loaves of some sweet
breads such as banana, strawberry or blueberry. The butter flavors
are: strawberry, honey cinnamon and garlic parsley w/sun dried tomato.
She also sells baked homemade dog biscuits. The knife sharpener will
be at the market to sharpen knives, mower blades, scissors, and other
garden tools. The ladies from the N. Jefferson Quilt Guild will be
selling chances for one each of a Uv. of AL and Auburn Quilt. The
kettle corn maker will not be with us this week. Please come out and
support our growers and vendors.