JOIN US FOR CLOSING DAY OCTOBER 26
Come help us celebrate with our core vendors the over $40,000 in economic impact and 5,000 visitors in our first season! Stock up for the pantry and for holiday gifts. Our special buy $20 get $25 is still on!
Did you know that 10% of what you buy at the market is coupled with our sponsorships to help with general operating funds to run the Amqui Station, Madison, Tennessee? Consider bringing an extra donation this Sunday to help us plan for 2015!
OPENING DAY for the Amqui Station Farmers Market | June 1, 12pm-3pm
Market Days June 1, 8,15, 22 and 29
Market Days July 6,13.20, 27
Market Days August 3. 10. 17, 24, 31
Market Days September 7, 14, 21, 28
Market Days October 5,12,19, 26
October Music at the Market
- October 5 James Peters
- October 12 Joe Brunell
- October 19 Doug Forsehey
- October 26 Joe & Tree
Autumn Fare At The Market
Wade Farmz - produce in season - fruits and veggies
Coleman Brothers Farm - farm raised pork, eggs and produce in season
Carol's Vibration Cooking - jams and jellies and lotions
Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese - cow milk cheese
Hot Mama Soaps - soap
CASA Segovia-Paz - empenadas and more
Lafayette Soup Company - hot and cold soup
Neely's Bend Organics -seedlings, foraging
Johnson's Honey | Queen Bee Pollinators - honey
see ya next year:
Nola Granola - granola
Gifford Provisions - bacon and spice rubs
The Peach Truck - peaches and pecan
Graball Blueberries - blueberries
Bella Nashville Bakery - fresh baked breads
Green Door Gourmet
- Certified Organic produce in season and CSA PickUp
2014 PRESENTING SPONSOR
Beck&Beck Law Offices
Thank you for providing much needed support for marketing in our inaugural season!
Amqui Station Press
Jennifer Buck Wallace For State House has sponsored the “Double SNAP Cash" program for our opening month of June. $10 of EBT will provide $20 of food!
Wallace shares, "SNAP provides nutrition assistance to thousands of low-income Tennessee families still struggling in this tough economic time. Tennessee is in the bottom five states in the country with one of the largest percentages of our neighbors needing nutritional assistance. At a time when government is cutting this assistance, I'm happy to be able to help offer a hand up to our neighbors and thrilled to know that the food provided at the Amqui Station Farmers Market will be locally sourced and healthy. Providing healthy, local food to our neighbors in a tough economic time is a win-win for our community."