Soddy Daisy Farmer’s Market Is Saturday

Thursday, October 16, 2014

A special Soddy Daisy Farmer’s Market  is planned for Saturday. 

There will be a focus on local arts and crafts in addition to regular vendors and the Poe’s Tavern cabin will be open for viewing. Soddy Daisy is encouraging visitors to get out and enjoy the crisp, fall days and to “Come on up and see us.!

This is the first year for the Farmer’s Market. Established in the spring of 2014 as an outlet for vendors and small businesses in the area, the market also provides an activity to highlight the extensive Poe’s Tavern cabin recreation and the City’s historical park that is also new to the community. Here are the details:

  • Held every Saturday for the months of May to October
  • At Poe’s Tavern site next to City Hall, at 9835 Dayton Pike
  • Hours are from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., sometimes longer if crowds are good 
  • Vendors are asked to bring only “locally-grown, locally-made, or locally-crafted” 
  • On a regular basis, visitors will find local produce, jellies, crafts and seasonal items like apples or corn
  • As an added highlight, some Saturdays include music, demonstrations, crafts, art or a historian on site

Directions: Take the Harrison Lane Soddy-Daisy exit from US-27  to Dayton Pike, turn right on Dayton Pike to Poe’s Tavern Historical Park and the City Municipal building at 9835 Dayton Pike, Soddy-Daisy, TN 37379

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