Market At The Mill Opens Thursday, June 11

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Garden fresh produce is on its way back to your dinner table as farmers from around the area sell their freshest fruits and vegetables at the Market at the Mill on Thursday afternoons in historic downtown.  Mainstreet Cleveland and Cleveland Life is organizing the seasonal market that opens on Thursday, June 11, from 3-6 p.m. at the Old Woolen Mill. 

The Market at the Mill will continue each Thursday afternoon throughout the season.  

Artists and crafters are invited to sell their unique creations.  The Market at the Mill offers a historic and shady location for area residents to have access to fresh food.   

“We are excited to provide additional opportunities for area residents to buy locally grown fresh produce and to offer our local and regional growers a unique place to sell their crops,” said Sharon Marr, executive director of Mainstreet Cleveland. 

Market at the Mill is at 445 Church St. at the historic Old Woolen Mill.  All area farmers and gardeners are invited to participate, spaces are free.  For more information about call 479-1000 or visit www.mainstreetcleveland.com.    


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