The Davis Park Farmers Market seeks more vendors to sell produce and homemade items in Greensburg.
The Davis Park Farmers Market in Greensburg, opened for the summer, August 4, and will continue till sometime in September or when all the vendors run out of products to sell.
The market is held at Davis Park, from 8 a.m. till noon each Saturday. The Chamber of Commerce which organizes this event was thankful to Gary Goodman of Where'dya Find That Antiques on Main Street, who made a new sign for the Farmers Market this year.
The Farmers Market started out this past week with three vendors on its first day. Organizers said they would love to see more vendors come out. People can sell more than produce, too.
"Any homemade items are welcome,” said spokesperson Kari Kyle. “But, if folks want to sell other items that is fine too. Having a spot is currently free. If someone is interested all they need to do is bring their own table, and products to sell, etc. and set up. No pre-registration is required."
Despite the small turnout this week at the market, many items were available for sale including green beans, peppers of all varieties, squash, zucchini, fresh farm eggs, homemade sourdough bread, zucchini bread, cinnamon rolls, some cantaloupe, homemade salsa by the jar and much more.
Vendors participating were Hannah Headrick, Gail Jorgensen, and Heather Powell.
For more information visit the Davis Park Farmers Markets new Facebook page online.