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Spring markets coming to Arcadia Farmers Market

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ARCADIA – Spring market days featuring bedding plants, spring produce and handmade jewelry and decorative items are planned for March 26 and April 23 at the Arcadia Farmers Market. Both Saturday markets will be from 8 am to 1 pm at the outdoor market at Route 66 and Division Street on the west end of Arcadia.


Vendors will also offer fresh flowers, herbs, handcrafted furniture, homemade sourdough bread and pastries and gourmet coffee, said Jesse Waltrip, manager of the outdoor market and the Arcadia Farmers Market Store at 210 N Odor St.


The ever-popular petting zoo will be on hand, along with the market’s own Snow and Grow food truck and other local food trucks. Amenities include picnic tables, swings and restrooms. Pets on a leash are welcome.
The market has openings for youth vendors, who are provided with handmade wooden booths at a discounted booth rental rate.


“We want to support entrepreneurs from the time they are young,” Waltrip said. “We encourage young people to bring items they have made or grown themselves.”


The fifth summer season of weekly outdoor Saturday markets begins on May 14, Waltrip said.

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The Arcadia Farmers Market Store is open from 10 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday and 10 am to 4 pm Saturday. The store is a year-round expansion of the outdoor market and features farm-raised meat, whole milk from a family dairy, cheese, French-style yogurt, farm-fresh eggs, ready-to-bake entrees from local restaurants and seasonal produce. The shelves are stocked with handcrafted pasta, gluten-free bread mixes, local honey, health and beauty products and home-canned pickles and jams.

Nearly everything in the store is grown or produced in central Oklahoma.

For more information or to become a vendor, call 405-226-0346.

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