The Main Street Farmers Market in Batesville is held the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month in the Pocket Park on Main Street in Batesville’s historic downtown district and runs from 8am ’til noon.
The Saturday, September 17th market day will feature music by “Love Hollar” starting at about 9am and The Ozark Foothills Literacy Project will have reading time with “Where The Wild Things Are” and children’s activities from about 9:30 to 11:00.
Local produce from Garden Girl Farm Fresh Produce and More from Pleasant Plains will include sweet potatoes, apple butter, and Fall greens. Mahan Farm of Southside will also sell their Fall produce. Brood Farm, out of Cave City, will be at the market with fresh eggs from their farm’s free ranging chickens, their full line of goat milk soaps and lotions, and heritage pumpkins.
Dustin Morgan of Home Made Home will demonstrate carving all through the market day and will sell his hand carved wooden spoons and hand forged iron utensils and tools.
The market also features many other artists and craftspeople. Local artist, Karen Barker will have her new Fall line of jewelry and also demonstrate her jewelry making at the market. In the Land of Wild Artists sells handmade pottery, jewelry and watercolor paintings and Sabina Burnett will have her paintings for sale. Craftspeople with handmade candles, baskets, hooked rugs, aprons, embroidered items and woodcrafted items will be at the Main St Market.
Bakers at the September 17th Market Day will include Downtown Pie Company with handmade sweet and savory pies, soups, breads and jams made at their commercial kitchen in Newport, Arkansas.
Support your local farmers and artisans, find the healthiest foods, and see all of the good things happening in Batesville’s historic downtown business district. Check the Main Street Batesville Facebook page to find out more about the upcoming Market.
For more information on Batesville’s Main Street Farmers Market or to receive a Vendor Application call Market Manager, Jean Larson, at 208-869-1445 or email at [email protected]