Farmers Market Still Having Success at the HUB

Mark Ross

The Hope Farmer’s Market is still going strong at the HUB! This week, the hospitality table was hosted by the National Park Service, where shoppers could stop and enjoy a hot cup of coffee and sign up for a chance to win the weekly giveaway – a basket full of local produce and handmade items. Terrie James, with U of A Extension offered samples of “Paw Paw Jam” and biscuits for Taste This! Tuesday.

Only 1 more Tuesday remains of the regular season Hope Farmers’ Market and after a short break, the fall Market will begin on September 26. Fall Markets will be on Thursday’s from 4-7 pm, until produce is no longer available.

Chocolate Zucchini Bread baked by Sarah Silvey, from Silvey Farms
Market Vendor taking a break to cool off by the fan
Fig Trees for sale by Jason Bolls











Marilyn Watter’s shows of her variety of house and outdoor plants
Ali Reick and Mike Simpson from William Jefferson Clinton National Park site were hosts for this week’s hospitality table.









Tara Flemings shows off her delicious jams and preserves
Beautiful produce grown by Arnold Farms. Shoppers chose from fresh okra, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers









Diana Young and Tara Flemings show off fresh produce
More fresh produce from Arnold Farms










Aunt Fern’s Fried Pies have been a huge hit this summer. She had a yummy assortment of homemade fried pies
Kylerene Gamble of Green Family Farm had a delicious assortment of teacakes, mini pound cakes, chocolate chip and peanut butter cookies and plum jelly

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