“Wadesville Farmers Market will be open again this summer in the same location as last year,” said Hans Schmitz, Purdue Extension Educator. The Wadesville Market will be at the intersection of Highway 66 and Springfield Rd. in Wadesville.
The Wadesville Market will open on Thursday, June 14th and be open from 3:00 to 6:00 each week through August (weather permitting).
“The Wadesville Farmers Market looks forward to serving even more customers this summer,” said Schmitz. “Carla Schenk does a great job as the Market Master at Wadesville. Our vendors are all local producers and take great pride in providing the freshest and highest quality fruits and vegetables for customers to enjoy.”
“We also encourage and welcome new vendors to the market. “Whether you raise fruits or vegetables commercially, or just have a large home garden and have extra produce to sell, we would love to have you participate in the market”, added Schmitz. “You can also sell other items at the Farmers’ Market (eggs, meat products, baked goods, etc.). Please contact me if you have a question about whether it is something you could sell at the farmers market.” The cost to be a vendor is $15 for the year.
For more information, including a vendor registration form and market rules for the Wadesville Farmers Market, please visit the Purdue Extension, Posey County website at: www.extension.purdue.edu/posey and click on “Community”. If you have any questions about the Wadesville Farmers Market, contact Hans Schmitz at the Purdue Extension Office in Mt. Vernon at: (812) 838-1331 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook at “Wadesville Farmers Market.”