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Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle Farmers Market opens Saturday  

The Hartselle Farmers Market will welcome vendors and patrons alike Saturday as it opens for its 2023 season. 

Patrons can expect to see strawberries, fresh-baked goods, select produce and more.  

The market is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m. until noon, or until sold out, on Saturday.  

Market manager Erin Burleson said the market always starts off slow in the spring with a few vendors and grows as the weather warms up.  

“Most of our farmers are just now putting their plants in the ground, however there will be plants, eggs, locally raised beef, some crafts like soaps, and baked goods in the weeks to come,” she said.  

Growers with a 2023 Growers Permit can apply for the market at City Hall free of charge. 

Those interested in becoming a vendor or who have questions about the market, can find the Hartselle Farmers Market on Facebook and Instagram or call 256-654-7266.  

The market is located at 208 Sparkman St. SW, Hartselle.   

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