Lots Happening at “Go Farm” Farmers Market

There is a lot planned for the community at “Go Farm” Farmers Market over the next few weeks. First off, this Saturday Endurance Church will be having a ladies’s retreat during regular market hours.    
Saturday, September 25 is National Cooking Day and also National Cheeseburger Day.  The market will celebrate with a variety of vendors cooking on market day. Sgt. Dan will be grilling his breakfast sandwiches and famous Market Burgers. Hanna’s Home-Bakery will have fried mushrooms. Anita will be there with her funnel cakes and pork rinds, and William will have kettle corn. There may be a surprise vendor or two!
The market will host a fun event on Saturday, October 2.  Washburn Family Pumpkin Farm will have pumpkins at the market and when paired with Three Oaks Farm's Farmall Cub Antique tractor, there will be an amazing Fall photo area set up for pictures. There will be a donation jar set up with all funds going to the Shop With A Cop program.
Beginning on October 9, winter hours of 9 am to 1pm for both Wednesday and Saturday markets will resume.
On October 9, “Go Farm” Market will be hosting a Pumpkin Carving Contest with the judging being done by the customers at the market. Customers can buy a pumpkin at the market on September 25 or October 2 and bring them already carved for judging.
October 16 is the date of the annual Fall Festival which will be packed full of good old fashioned Fall fun for the entire family!  
On October 23, “Go Farm” Market will welcome The Cloggers from “On The Floor” dance studio in Willow Springs. The Exhibition Team is a traveling performing group, ages from 8 to adult, who love to share clogging with the community.
And on October 30, bring the kids for the annual Trick or Treat at the market! Vendors will be giving away candy and special treats. Kids, adults, and the family pet are all encouraged to dress in costume for a festive morning.
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