The construction of Town Park has started! The Timber framers will arrive October 1st to begin building the pavilion. In the meantime, the IFM has moved right across the street onto Courthouse Street (that’s where the GLC/IFM office is located) and the parking area behind the buildings. All your favorite vendors are still with us,[…]
It’s hard to believe the holidays are around the corner. We will be offering a limited number of pesticide free Christmas trees from Brookgreen Farm again this year. They should be up on the Online Market in the next week or 2. We are also able to offer an unlimited amount of their beautiful wreaths[…]
Farmers Feeding Framers, an ad hoc committee of the Independence Farmer’s Market, is offering multiple opportunities for individuals, churches, and community groups to participate in the Timber Framer Guild raising a community pavilion and stage complex at the McKnight Lot at the intersection of routes 58 and 21 in downtown Independence. Two meetings have been[…]
We will be at our temporary location until we close the second Friday in October. Most of our produce vendors are in the Gate Center parking lot so they can have their trucks close by. Here’s the new layout. When the Fiber artisans join us on the 27th,they will be on the Davis street side[…]
Due to an uncertain weather forecast for the 20th, the Fiber Artisans will return to the Market for the last Fiber Day of the season on Friday August 27 from 9am to 1pm during the regular Market. We are so pleased to welcome back these talented artisans to the Market.. The pandemic hit artisans particularly[…]
This is the last time this year for VFNP Kids Bucks. Andrea Wann with the Family Nutrition Program will join us August 27 during the regular Market from 9am to 1 pm. Ms. Andrea will be handing out FNP KIDS BUCKS sponsored by Molina Health care. She’ll have $10 of KIDS BUCKS for the first[…]
It’s official! The move to Courthouse street happens THIS Friday and we’ll be in our temporary location until we close for the season on October 8. This is the only very minor downside to the construction of the fabulous timber frame pavilion and the other improvements to Town Park.