This Saturday’s Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature music by the Webster and Menominee Elementary Schools under the direction of Bob Pickell at 9 a.m. Also planned is the reveal of the giant blueberry sculptures that will be popping up in and around Plymouth and Marshall County.
Opening day last Saturday was spectacular with more than 40 vendors, five of them new and some perfect weather. The community was out in full force to see old friends and buy plants, flowers, vegetables and baked goods.
The PFM is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in River Park Square at Garro and River Streets, east of Michigan Street. The last day for the Market is Oct. 12.
The Market is urging everyone to go ‘green’ so please bring your shopping bag.
New vendors are always welcome. Applications for vendors and not-for-profits are available on the website at www.plymouthfarmersmarket.com or by contacting Tom Keb,
Market Manager, at (574) 217-5776. Booth space for vendors remains at $10 per week per booth. Not-for-profit booths are free but limited to once a month. Like them on Facebook at plymouthfarmersmarketinc.