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Friday, July 09, 2010

Milton Farmer's Market Kicks Off This Saturday In Crabapple!

The second annual Milton Farmer's Market kicks off tomorrow (Saturday) in Crabapple. All local gardeners and arts and crafts fanatics are encouraged to participate! Times are from 9am to 1pm each Saturday weather permitting. For more information, please contact Tim Enloe @ 770 653 0552.

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Anonymous said...

Do you have any turnip plants for sale?
If not, where do you buy yours?

Anonymous said...

Since you're removing all posts except for the suck-ups, why not delete the ORIGINAL POST?

Miss Big Britches said...

geeez o Pete. My apologies. I do not see anyone "sucking up" -- blowing up yes.. maybe but def not sucking up. :)
It seems I missed three comments before I had my morning tea and a full work day.

Richard Gere and a hamster? Good grief where does that fit with a Farmers Market post?
nevermind ... don't answer that.

The market is intended for community building. All are welcome.

We need vendors for quilts, clothing, jams, jellies, baked goods, fresh eggs, honey, flowers, crafts, art, a lemonade stand would be nice. A great way to teach kids about earning a little savings. If you or someone you know is interested please call me at 770-653-0551.
No "air messages" please, I already know how to breathe.


To the poster who asked about turnip plants.
I do not have any turnip plants for sale. A great place to shop for veggie plants is D & M Nursery 225 Mountain Ln. Woodstock ph# 770-475-4144
These folks have been in the business for years. Their plant prices are VERY reasonable. They are worth the short 10-15 minute drive. Mountain Ln is off of 140 headed toward Cherokee co.
While your out that way stop by Family tradition rest. have a meat and three veggie plate. Not open on Sundays.

There I think that about does it... y'all have a good evening.


Ginger
Miss Big Britches - lol

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(Just wanted to see what it was like!)

What on earth (no pun intended) could someone be writing nasty about a freakin farmers market, get a life whoever you are!

Ginger for Mayor!

Anonymous said...

Ginger has my vote.