Summer Farmers’ Market returns June 6, 2015

The Clinton County Farmers’ Market

returns for its summer season

Saturday, June 6th,

in downtown Wilmington


 The Market will meet rain or shine every Saturday from 8:30 am – Noon and every Wednesday, starting June 10th, from 4 – 7 pm through October. Beginning June 6th, the Saturday morning markets will be held on Mulberry Street between Main and Locust Streets.

The Wednesday afternoon markets will continue to be held in the Mural Parking Lot at 81 W. Main Street, behind the General Denver Hotel. The 2015 Market features many returning and new vendors who will offer seasonal produce, meats (chicken, beef, lamb, and pork), farm fresh eggs, homemade baked goods, home-crafted body products, herbs, plants, flowers, and artisan crafts. All products sold at the Clinton County Farmers’ Market are locally home-grown or homemade within Clinton County or an adjunct county.

Throughout the summer season, the Farmers’ Market will host an events schedule that is free and fun for the whole family, beginning with an Ohio Farm Bureau sponsored “Fast Food on the Farm” cooking demonstration on Saturday, June 13th. This event will be held in conjunction with the General Denver “Lamb Jam.”

Starting June 6th, the Market will accept credit and debit cards for transactions with participating vendors. We will also continue to accept EBT (food stamp) benefits for eligible food items.

To find out more about the Clinton County Farmers’ Market, please email[email protected].



Devin Trout is the media and marketing specialist for Franklin County Farm Bureau and designer for Edible Columbus. She is a Columbus Pittie Committee foster and active with the Central Ohio Young Ag Professionals.

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