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Friday, July 10, 2009


The Milton Farmer's Market will be held of this Saturday, July 11 in Crabapple. The market will run from 8am to noon each Saturday until early Fall. Participants will be setting up shop west of The Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub right across the street from Chateau De Nail. Milton grown produce available for purchase will include tomatoes, corn, pumpkin, squash, peppers, watermelon, and okra. Other local vendors will offer honey, eggs, and various types of flowers. If you would like more information or are interested in participating, please contact Ginger Enloe at gingekirk@aol.com or direct at 770 653 0551 or Tim Enloe at 770 653 0552.

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you Julie and your MGG for doing this.

Anonymous said...

The Bailey Farm and Garden has some of the best produce available. I am not sure if they sell those "free range" chickens or not? Does anyone know? Got some of their tomatoes and cucumbers this morning, mmmmn good!

Anonymous said...

I concur...

Anonymous said...

If you see their silver truck parked along the roadside, please stop and buy some of this produce. We need to support the local economy.

Anonymous said...

Do all the Milton Goes Green people work at the farm?

Anonymous said...

They either work at the farm or the dog kennel part time, b ut if they dont Mrs. Bailey gives them special projects?

Anonymous said...

Special projects like cleaning the stream at Bailey Farms and Garden.

Anonymous said...

Or smelling the gravel on the gravel roads.

Anonymous said...

Ok, why would anyone "smell" gravel?

Anonymous said...

I live on Nix Road and a while back I remember seeing a strange fellow in a grey truck picking up and smelling the rocks on our road. At the time I just thought it was some weirdo comming down off of a drug high?

Anonymous said...

You have got to be kidding, does the Grenn Goes people really hire folks to smell rocks?

I can see it now, "when I grow up I wanna smell rocks for a living"!

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Tart has inspected this produce???Especially the cucumbers?

Anonymous said...

He even had to get rid of his mustache so he could get a good sniff of the gravel. A sniff that wouldn't be contaminated with last nights dinner you know.

Anonymous said...

I live in a neighborhood but like to walk my dogs on the gravel roads, but unless we can be certain that this kind of fellow isn't hanging out on the gravel roads, I may stay in my own yard.

Can the police check this out?

Anonymous said...

Hey what did the guy have for dinner, free range chicken, or tacos?

Anonymous said...

Is the guy hispanic?

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't want any taco from that cook!

Anonymous said...

How about a heart-healthy vegetable taco? Plenty of home grown produce in Milton! Or an egg-n-honey smoothie? Support all the local farmers!

Anonymous said...

Where are the pictures from this event?

Anonymous said...

Make sure you put plenty of "salsa" on it!

Anonymous said...

I likes me some taco!

Anonymous said...

Milton's one and only "Julie Zahner-Bailey", aka "Milton Greows Green Queen", is giving out taco's, just know they are caked with make-up!

Anonymous said...

I don't get the taco comments. Please explain.

Anonymous said...

The taco incident happened about ten years ago when council member Bailey was just a community activist.

An infamous mexican restaurant was proposing to open in North Fulton and Ms. Bailey mounted a campaign against them while mounting citizens agaist the business. Ultimately the restaurant never opened but they did not go quietly away. One night on her way home from a school function, Ms. Bailey was surrounded by angry people whom worked for this business. They held her down, poured hot salsa all over her body, sprinkled rotten cheese on top, put sour cream in her eyes, and then covered her with crushed tortila chips, all while she was screaming and pounding her fists.

The salsa left burns on over 90% of her body and she and her family did not leave the house for over 6 months.

So this is the infamous "taco" story and anytime the word "taco" is used, Ms. Bailey and her family shudder in fear and break out in a sweat.

Anonymous said...

I must make one remark about your TACO story.
We wish she stayed home for 6 months.

Anonymous said...

PICTURES PICTURES of 07-11-2009 Farmers Market, WHERE ARE THE PICTURES?

Anonymous said...

Will the Mellon vendor also offer Tacos at this weeks market?

Anonymous said...

Big mellons and sloppy taco's, of course!

Anonymous said...

No lettuce on my taco please.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Do you belong to the new NASCAR group?