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Midtown Farmer’s Market Revamps Event With Kick-Off Celebration July 28th


midtownfarmersmarket-220x300-2757655-1551773SUBMITTED NEWS — The Midtown Farmer’s Market will host a kick-off event Sunday, July 28th from 10-2p to promote the newly re-established neighborhood market.

“We feature everything from homemade soaps, baked products, pottery, jewelry, local honey, fruits, veggies, meats, eggs, nuts, etc,” said Shawn Nelson, the event organizer. “We are homemade or homegrown only.”

The market will feature several local vendors selling everything from Kombucha to custom birdhouses. The family friendly event features a bounce house and face painter for kids, a rotation of the area’s notorious gourmet food trucks, and many other local small businesses. This is the second year for the Midtown Farmer’s Market and the first year in this location.

“We want the community to know we are here,” said Nelson. “We are proud of our little market and more and more vendors are joining us by the day, but without support from the community we won’t be able to grow like we are hoping to.”

The Midtown Farmer’s Market is open every Sunday from 10-2p at the corner of S. Virginia and Arroyo, in the Statewide Lighting parking lot. For more information, please contact Shawn Nelson at 815-8587.


MidTown Farmer’s Market is committed to providing the community with fresh produce, handmade goodies, and unique arts and crafts. The MidTown Farmer’s Market is located in the MidTown District in Reno. For 2013 season, the market is located at 1311 S. Virginia St., at the corner of S. Virginia and Arroyo, in the Statewide Lighting parking lot. Everything from organic and local produce, to bread, jams, eggs, oils, and other handmade treats and arts and crafts are available from a variety of vendors. Local and community-oriented, the Midtown Farmer’s Market offers free booths to non-profits.

For more information, please visit http://www.midtownfarmersmarketreno.com/

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