Oxford Farmers' Market in full swing

 OXFORD - The Oxford Farmers’ Market and St. Paul’s Bake Sale are held in LaFayette Park every Saturday morning from 9 to noon, from July through August. You never know who might show up as there’s no fee for vendors. You may find: blueberries, preserves, pickled vegetables, herbs, etc. It’s also well worth a visit to meet the farmers, get to select the best and freshest products, as well as keeping dollars circulating locally. Regulars were at the market on July 21, but there were a few really special demonstrating guests too.



Oxford entrepreneurs, such as Kim Marshman of “The Barnyard;” and Bill Brower and Nancy Morey, of “Shadeyside Farm,” all members of PON, set up their usual, exceptional displays, selling fresh produce and hand crafted wares.

Kim had fresh cut flowers, tender little yellow and green squash, baby cucumbers, heads of garlic, and big yellow onions. (Kim said that her sweet corn and tomatoes will be ready soon.)


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