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The Lemont Farmers' Market is scheduled for Wednesday, May 20 to Wednesday, October 21, 
3 pm to 7 pm each week.

Here's a link to the WPSU food blog - watch for news about the Lemont Farmers' Market on this site:  wpsu.org/localfoodjourney/ and check Facebook/LemontFarmers'Market.

NOTE:  Most vendors will be available each week, but some are coming one Wednesday a month.

Vendors so far include:
Veg Out - Melissa Barrick - excellent variety of seasonal vegetables, great recipes

Brazilian Munchies - Flavia Barger - cheese bread, croquettes, empanadas, ready to eat

Mt. Nittany Vineyard and  Winery - Linda Weaver -variety of wines and accessories

Bee Tree Berry Farm - Mark Macdonald - vegetables, fruits, and flowers - back for the third year

Rothrock Botanicals - Anna Kochersperger - body products, beeswax, calendula, aftershave, cleansing masks, skin toner

Garlic 101 - Laurie Fedon Lynch - garlic, shallots, other produce in August

Garden Secrets - Linn Auman - BBQ sauces, flavored ketchups, mustards, relishes

Surly Hedgehog - Lisa Beightol - matted, framed photos, magnets

Food for Thought - Mitch and Sharyn Graf Angle - global street food, sandwiches, mac and cheese, ready to eat (on vacation June 10, back on June 17)

Serendipity Cakes of Distinction - Carrie Williams - baked goods, some gluten free, also spice mixes

Wing Haven Nursery - Cathie Pierce - trees, shrubs, native plants and annuals that attract pollinators and hummingbirds

Scenic View Farm - Elmer & Sara Esh - honey, maple syrup, produce, and eggs

Jane Robson - Crochet and Sew - baby items, household items, wheelchair accessories

Fasta and Ravioli Co/Good Seed Bakery - fresh pasta and gluten free baked goods

We are still looking for a meat vendor, and would love to have dairy products.  Our fees have been lowered this year, we will have spaces available for one Wednesday a month vendors, and we have a new manager, Anna Kochersperger!

About Anna:  Anna is a Boalsburg native who has been growing, farming, and serving food in one way or another since returning to the area in 2009. She worked in the fields and greenhouses at Tait Farm, and served at Duffy's Tavern before starting Rothrock Botanicals this winter. As a board member of the Harris Township Community Garden she has enjoyed working within the community, and looks forward to contributing to the Lemont Market.


The LVA has added copper gutters to both of our buildings this spring so that shopping on rainy days will be more comfortable for vendors and customers.
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