HUDSON — The Hudson Farmers Market season continues June 9 with a visit from the Summit County Master Gardeners.
These master gardeners will be on hand to answer gardening questions and as usual, they will have the best local plants on sale from long-time market vendor Robinson’s Lawn and Garden Center, as well as other vendors.
The Hudson Montessori children’s tent will have activities relating to gardening and the Hudson Farmer’s Market Cookbook will be available from the 2018 Leadership Hudson Class at the main tent near the flagpole. Music will be provided by violinist Caty Petersilge.
The Hudson Farmers Market nurtures Hudson through fresh and healthy local produce, but it also fosters community by bringing Hudsonites together. This time of year, farmers and gardeners have fresh tomatoes, lettuce, herbs, flowers, garlic scapes and berries. Additionally, other vendors have fresh pasta, breads, meats, cheese and of course, local honey from Aurora Honey and maple syrup from Goodell Farms.
The Hudson Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. from June 2 until Oct. 6 on the historic Clock Tower Green.
The Hudson Farmers Market is a non-profit born from a project of Leadership Hudson, a program sponsored by The Rotary Club of Hudson Clock Tower, and a collaboration between community leaders and civic-minded residents. Now in its 12th season, The Hudson Farmers Market is generously sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and Hudson Montessori School. The market serves as an incubator to local entrepreneurs and an economic driver to downtown Hudson.
With approximately 35 diverse vendors, the Hudson Farmers Market attracts more than 20,000 people to downtown Hudson over the summer and autumn seasons.
To learn more visit www.hudsonfarmersmarket.org or contact our market manager, J Hudson, at email@example.com.