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Bolton Farmers' Market is back for 2013

Shoppers at the Bolton Farmers' Market in 2012 check out the produce offered by vendors and market organizers Cobber Pratt and Eva Bird. Featuring fresh local produce, flowers, crafts, as well as gourmet and naturally grown foods, the market opens Friday June 21 for its 2013 season.

Shoppers at the Bolton Farmers' Market in 2012 check out the produce offered by vendors and market organizers Cobber Pratt and Eva Bird. Featuring fresh local produce, flowers, crafts, as well as gourmet and naturally grown foods, the market opens Friday June 21 for its 2013 season. Photo by Wauneata Waller.

— The Bolton Farmers’ market kicks off its third season Friday June 28 in great style.

To be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Fridays through summer at Blessed Sacrament Church on Goodwin Avenue (off Main St. behind the local bank), the market features local fresh produce along with meats, fish, wine, gourmet foods, cheese, breads and baked goods, waffles, plus naturally grown meat. Live music and local crafts complete the shopping experience.

A Master Gardener from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County will also be on hand, providing gardening information. Cooking demonstrations are also planned. For a vendor list, see: www.boltonlandingfarmersmarket.com.

New to the market this year is the Bolton Farmer’s Market shopping bag, a large canvas bag printed by Cedar Graphics of Bolton. Also, the market is collecting recipes to be featured in the "Best of Bolton Pot Luck" cookbook to benefit the Bolton Free Library. Bring favorite recipes with accompanying stories.

All businesses and non-profits are encouraged to drop off flyers and brochures. Local organizations and businesses can contact the Bolton Chamber of Commerce — sponsor of the market — or market manager Penelope Jewell — to reserve a free spot for promotional materials. To reach Jewell, call 480-9118, or email her at: penelope@penelope.org.

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