The Webb City Farmers Market is open Friday (April 15)) from 11 to 2 under the market pavilion &, though the weather may still feel like Winter Market, we’re seeing glimpses of the regular season. Xiong Farms will have spinach, lettuce, green onions, radishes, arugula and cilantro. Fredrickson Farms is bringing plants – tomato, sweet pepper, broccoli, cabbage, sweet marjoram, parsley, fennel, basil, thyme, sage, and dill. Jeremy Moss, our newest grower, will have freshly harvested bean sprouts.
Also at the market: LOMAH Farmers with cheddar curds and Neufchatel (freshly made Wednesday evening), plus. raw Monterey jack, a dry, sharp pasteurized jack, havarti and mild cheddar. Marlee’s Dairy will be at the market with raw milk in pints, half gallons and gallons, Fairhaven with eggs and jams and jellies, Black Forest House with American and European pastries, Redings Mill with artisan breads, Freda Mae’s with cakes, pies, and fruit breads, Small Cottage Coffee with freshly roasted coffee beans, and our ranchers with all-natural pork, beef, chicken, and lamb. Made of Clay will sell handcrafted pottery.
Jimmi’s will serve soup for lunch or take-away: Roasted brisket with bleu cheese soup, Gazpacho soup & New York Deli soup. Weather permitting, the Loose Notes will play.
The market will be open from 11 to 2 under the market pavilion at the Main Street entrance to King Jack Park.
This is the last Winter Market of the season. We open for the regular season on Friday, April 22.
Selection and sales begin when the bell rings at opening. The market is located at the Main Street entrance to King Jack Park under the market pavilion. It’s open rain or shine, but not ice or sleet. Customers wanting last minute information on Friday can call 483-8139 or check the market’s facebook page.