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Farmers Market ends season Oct. 16

By Christy Kuczynski

  Saturday, October 16 is the last Market day for the 2021 season and the Frankenmuth Farmers Market will go out with a bang with many extras for the last day.

  The FFM open air pavilions will be full with all the weekly vendors of the 2021 season.  The produce is still rolling in, shop for late season root veggies and squash that will keep well as winter comes in.  FFM vendors will have all the expected market items including produce, coffee, baked goods, dog treats, cleaning supplies, essential oils, honey and maple syrup, apples and pumpkins, gourds to decorate with, meats, organic produce and microgreens, jams and jellies, cut flowers, art, candles, plants and Halloween themed goods will all be available for purchase.  There will also be an opportunity to support a local youth raising funds for a trip with the Tuscola Technology Center in support of culinary education. This student, Lilyan, will be selling fresh baked items to munch on as you shop.

  In addition, the Market will have extra vendors for a fall craft fair.  The FFM back driveway will be fenced off to allow crafters a space of their own to set up on the cement just past the FFM pavilions.  Enjoy a variety of goods to kick off your holiday shopping or find something fun to treat yourself.

  During the final Market FFM will host extra events that day as well.  For the kids, there will be face painting and pumpkin crafts on the lawn.  Weather permitting, the bounce house and lawn games will make their last appearances as well.  A family friendly photo op will be set up in the back square pavilion for everyone to stop at and snap a quick fall picture for Facebook!

  Also enjoy early Trick or Treating with the Market as the seasonal vendors under the pavilions will be helping our costumed friends trick or treat.  Treats will be shared with kids and adults in costume.  Plus, a treat for the furry friends if they are dressed up also!  Treats available as supplies last, so be sure to arrive early.

  Music for the final Market will be by local artist Andy Dalton.  Inside, the kitchen here at the market will be open and serving both breakfast and lunch along with hot drinks from our vendors.

  Join FFM October 16, 8am-2pm as they celebrate a great 2021 farmers market season!


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