Farmers Market Update September 20

Cicada Rhythm, Rivers Alive, Eagle Trek, Old Tucker Fountain, and quite a bit more.

Happy autumn! This week, as we anticipate the official beginning of fall, we are also looking forward to a great week at the Tucker Farmers Market! 

Music this week is from fan favorites Cicada Rhythm. This exciting duo have expressed how much they love coming out to the TFM. Let's be sure to give them a great welcome back! Daniel Krislis will also be joining them.  

Be sure to check out the Vendor Roster for this week on our web site. It can be a great inspiration for your grocery list!    

Community booth
The Tucker Civic Association will be signing folks up for their annual Rivers Alive clean up on Oct. 6

And Evansdale Elementary will be taking pledges for their Oct. 4 Eagle Trek Walk-a-Thon.

Don't forget to grab a sundae from The Old Tucker Fountain - on Thursday afternoon, 50% of the proceeds from ice cream sundaes will go to Eagle Trek!

Upcoming events!

Sept. 27: Pampered Pet Week

Some market vendors will have special pet products on hand, and we will have a couple of guest vendors offering non-food pet products. You’ll also be able to meet representatives from local animal hospitals. Best of all, we will host rescue organizations who will bring adoptable pals. Maybe you’ll find your new best friend!

Oct. 2: Total Exposure

You don’t want to miss this! On Oct. 2, Expose Ministry will offer a concert with seven great musical guests (professional stage and all) with the goal of providing education about the sex trafficking industry. Make plans to come, shop, and enjoy wonderful tunes!

Can’t wait to see you tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 20, from 4-8 p.m., in the BOA parking lot at 2333 Main Street!
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