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Tucker Farmers Market Returns Thursday

Three more weeks starting today, then it's over until next year.

The Tucker Farmers Market offers fine locally grown and made foods to fill your holiday tablePlus, for the holiday season, we have added arts and crafts vendors with jewelry, knitted items, and more!

FOOD DRIVE for NETworks Cooperative Ministry and NET Food Pantry - We are accepting canned food items for these two essential Tucker resources. Please bring canned items or dry goods that are within their expiration dates and do not require refrigeration. Of particular need are pop-top canned goods (that do not require a can opener); individual serving microwave containers of foods like macaroni and cheese; fruit/jello/pudding cups that do not require refrigeration; and individually wrapped snack crackers, granola bars, trail mix packs.

These items will go to NETworks, while other canned and dried goods will go to NET Food Pantry, who accepts powdered milk, rice, noodles, beans, soup, spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables-fruits-meats, crackers, peanut butter, jelly, grits/oatmeal, toilet paper and bar soap.

We know how generous our TFM community can be! Thank you in advance for your contributions!

Upcoming Events
November 29 — Bring canned goods to support local food pantries
December 6 — Christmas on Main! Welcome the Christmas season Tucker-style. Santa lights the tree at 6:30 p.m!
December 13 — Last market ‘til spring! Get in your last minute shopping and listen to local favorites Cicada Rhythm
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!

Can't wait to see you Thursday, November 294-8 p.m. at 2333 Main Street, in the courtyard and Bank of America parking lot. Friend us on Facebook or check out our website for more information. 

Thanks!
 

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