Farmers, artisans, community groups & yoga return Sept. 16
Enjoy the crisp, fall weather to start the day at the Westerville Saturday Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 16, in the parking lots behind Westerville City Hall, 21 S, State St.
Providing live music entertainment Sept. 16 will be our musical guest, Jason Stofel.
Get going with GoYoga
The morning starts with a complimentary yoga session from 8-9 a.m. with Kari of GoYoga Westerville. Participants will set up on their mats on the green space next adjacent to First Presbyterian Church of Westerville, 41 W. College Ave.
Community groups on hand
Community organizations setting up information tables this week will include:
- The Arts Council Westerville
- Pilot Dogs
- First Presbyterian Church of Westerville
- Westerville Lions Club
- Concord Counseling Services
- Westerville Habitat Partnership
- VFW Post 7883
Returning to the Market lineup Sept. 16
Welcome back many of our favorite returning Market artisans, farm and baked goods producers, and prepared-on-site food vendors this week, including:
- Deer Run Created (great handmade wood products)
- Fired Up Pizza
- Pies by the Pie Man
- Red Dog Ranch (honey)
- Made Without Grain
- Zenith Farms
Locally produced meats
Pick up choice grub for the grill this weekend with high quality meat raised within of 80 miles of Westerville, from several vendors at the Market Sept. 16, including:
- Truest Farm
- Hammerie Farms
- Tier 3 Heritage
- A.B.B Farms
- Farm at 5 Corners with lamb from Centerburg, Ohio – making their first appearance at the Market.
And as always, THANK YOU to Uptown Westerville Inc’s sponsors of our Westerville Saturday Farmers Market:
Don’t miss it
The Market continues Saturday mornings through Sept. 30. That’s just three more renditions for 2023, including this week!
Join us at the Westerville Saturday Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 16 behind Westerville City Hall, 21 S. State St.
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