Cherokee Farmers Market
Monday, August 22, 2011
Photos by Mike Leckband
Every June - September Thursday afternoon,from 4 - 6:30 p.m., the Cherokee Area Farmers Market is held near the Historic Cherokee Depot.
Farmer's Market -
Each Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the historic Cherokee RR Depot, the Cherokee Area Farmer's Market is held. Area vendors come to the market to sell their produce and baked goods to the public.
Welcome to the Farmer's Market -
Welcoming customers to the Cherokee Area Farmers Market is this sign that directs everyone under the canopy at the historic Cherokee RR Depot.
Ring that bell -
Cherokee Area Farmer's Market manager Jim Adamson is pictured ringing the starting bell for the selling to begin exactly at 4 p.m.
Plenty to pick from -
There are plenty of items to pick from at the Cherokee Area Farmer's Market on Thursday including fresh vegetables, sold by Ron Rickett.
Fresh picked -
Bridget Durst, left, is pictured selling some of her fresh picked tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, okra, and sweet corn to the crowd at Thursday's Cherokee Area Farmer's Market.
More than just vegetables -
There were more than just vegetables at the Cherokee Area Farmer's Market. Erin and Lorna Wilson of Seven W Farms near Paullina had samples of their grass-fed beef, lamb and pork, and chicken, plus, kaiser rolls, cinnamon rolls, meat rubs, and bouquets of fresh cut flowers at the Cherokee Area Farmer's Market.