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Wednesday, August 03, 2011
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

First Baptist farmer's market

The market offers a wide range of vendors and also a $5.00 dinner served under the "big tent."For additional information about the CSA For A Day giveaway contact: Carl Skalak at 216.373.9461 or email at blue.pike.farm@gmail.com. "Cleveland Height's only farmers market is now open every Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of First Baptist Church, from 4-7 pm. The market brings together healthy, locally-grown, sustainable produce and products, as well as people from all walks of life. Large tents provide a comfortable place to shop, to talk - even to eat dinner. Coordinator Stephanie Allen says, "We talk about the weather, food, children, vacations, what's in season and what people are doing for the weekend. It's amazing how food can bring together complete strangers who have been living beside each other for years, but have never met each other." Check it out for yourself - each week, vendors are bring in more varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, baked goods, fresh dairy products and more."The market offers a wide range of vendors and also a $5.00 dinner served under the "big tent."For additional information about the CSA For A Day giveaway contact: Carl Skalak at 216.373.9461 or email at blue.pike.farm@gmail.com. "Cleveland Height's only farmers market is now open every Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of First Baptist Church, from 4-7 pm. The market brings together healthy, locally-grown, sustainable produce and products, as well as people from all walks of life. Large tents provide a comfortable place to shop, to talk - even to eat dinner. Coordinator Stephanie Allen says, "We talk about the weather, food, children, vacations, what's in season and what people are doing for the weekend. It's amazing how food can bring together complete strangers who have been living beside each other for years, but have never met each other." Check it out for yourself - each week, vendors are bring in more varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, baked goods, fresh dairy products and more."

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