Farmer’s Market Heads Back Downtown for a Special Event
As you are used to the Sedalia Area Farmer's Market being on the Missouri State Fairgrounds on Tuesdays and Fridays, a special day will take place in downtown Sedalia on Saturday, July 27.
Brenda Raetz, Market Manger, released the information for the downtown event:
The nonprofit Sedalia Area Farmers' Market returns to its roots in beautiful downtown Sedalia on Saturday, July 27th for an open-air morning farmers and artist market and fundraising breakfast, bringing the freshest in-season local tastes and talents to share. In addition to many of the established market vendors, several local visual artists’ works will be on display and for sale, with local musicians performing throughout the morning.
The farmers’ and artisan market begins at 7:00 a.m. and will be open through 11:00 a.m. at the Gazebo Park on the corner of Ohio Avenue and Second Street. There is no charge to attend the market. A ticketed all-local breakfast begins at 7:30 and runs until 10:30. Dishes prepared by Chef Charles Clark, “The Growing Chef” and other market vendors and volunteers will include oatmeal rolls with sausage gravy, vegetable frittatas, potato frittatas, sausage, breakfast burritos, parmesan tomato & basil quiche, cheddar Swiss & fresh vegetable quiche, cinnamon rolls, sweet breads, seasonal fresh fruit, infused water (cucumber, mint & lemon) and locally roasted, freshly brewed coffee from Ozark Coffee.
The all-local breakfast tickets must be purchased in advance at the price of $25.00 for adults and kids with adult-sized appetites ages 12 and over; $8.00 for kids ages 4-11; and free for children ages 3 and under. Tickets may be purchased at the farmers’ market which operates Tuesdays and Fridays from 3-6 p.m. at the Missouri State Fairgrounds across from Kehde’s BBQ, online at www.sedaliaareafarmersmarket.com with a convenience fee of $1.50 per ticket, or by calling 660-281-7244. The rain date is Saturday, August 3rd.
Local musicians who will be performing throughout the morning include Andy Blackstone from 7-8, Wilson Music Works from 8-9, “Lakesiders” Linda Bales and Lori Beaman from 9-10, and Brothers K from 10-11.