St. Elmo Market Opens On Earth Day

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The Lookout Farmers Market opens its third year as a weekly Friday market at the Incline in St. Elmo. New this year will be a street market held on the last Friday of every month in front of the Incline across from 1885 in the charming village of St. Elmo.         

Markets on the Street         

·         Last Friday of each month 4-9 p.m. - May 27 - Oct. 28     

·         Live Local Music - Sponsored by MetroTone

·         Health & Wellness Tent - Sponsored by Erlanger

·         Children’s Activity Tent - Sponsored by TVFCU                                

·         Community Outreach Tent - Sponsored by TN American Water

·         Food Demo Tent - Sponsored by Lodge

·         Alternative Health Tent - Sponsored by Centered Health

·         Local Food Trucks – Local Beer Garden

Markets on the Grass          

·         Each Friday 4-7 p.m. (No markets on Holidays)

·         April 22 - Oct. 23

·         Fresh Savings Program - Double Up on SNAP

Other market locations and days are:

            Mondays, starting 4/25 Red Bank United Methodist

            Tuesdays, starting 4/26 E. Brainerd – Audubon Acres

The Lookout Farmers Market strives to be accessible to everyone in the economically and culturally diverse St Elmo/Southside community. VISA, MasterCard, and EBT/ transactions will be accepted. The Market is accepting SNAP/EBT cards to make organic fresh produce more affordable for low-income families. 

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