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Posted on: April 3, 2018

2018 Rose District Farmers Market opens Saturday, April 14


The Rose District Farmers Market begins its 2018 season from 8 a.m.-noon, Saturday, April 14, at the Rose District Plaza, 418 S. Main St.

The opening day for the market was pushed back one week due to a forecast of freezing temperatures. Several vendors’ products, especially produce, could be lost if they froze.

The Rose District Interactive Water Feature near the pavilion will also not be turned on until April 14.

The market will be open 8 a.m.-noon every Saturday through October.

The market’s opening day will feature over 40 vendors, food trucks, music and free food from White River Fish Market.

Early crops such as asparagus, kale, lettuce, broccoli, green onions and spinach will be available on opening day, along with chicken, beef, home-baked goods, honey, and local cheeses. Artisans will be selling a large variety of garden, landscape, habitat and kitchen crafts; cutting boards, chainsaw carvings, holistic dog products and more. There will also be vendors selling flower and veggie plants, cut flowers and bulbs! Shoppers can buy with confidence knowing this is a regulated OK made and grown market.

WHAT: Rose District Farmers Market
WHEN: Starts April 14, Saturdays through October, 8 a.m.-noon
WHERE: Rose District Plaza, 418 S. Main St.

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