As a new growing season begins, there will be a new look to the Kosciusko County Farmer’s Market.
With improvements and expansion in mind, the KCFM is inviting new members for the 2015 market to be a larger, more varied selection of produce and hand crafted products.
This year, we are again inviting residents from the adjoining counties of Whitley, Fulton, Marshall, Elkhart, Wabash and Noble counties to join us as vendors.
Starting from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday, May 2, we will be setting up on the 100 block of Center St., between the courthouse and city hall, and in the plaza of city hall.
If you have a green thumb, a knack for crafting, baking, or a farmers talent, the KCFM is available for you to sell your wares. The KCFM will still be following it’s guidelines and regulations of all produce and products being homegrown, homemade and locally produced.
We are also looking forward to the second Saturday of each month, where not-for-profit groups will be invited to host a food-type fundraiser, such as a pancake breakfast or chicken BBQ. Applications will be on a first come, first serve basis as there are only six Saturdays available.
Since 1976, the KCFM has provided a place for local residents to purchase home grown produce straight from the grower. The market hopes again to provide this opportunity with a central location in the heart of downtown Warsaw on the courthouse square.
For questions about the market or how to become a vendor, please call Paula at (574) 376-0233 or Keegan at (574) 253-1102. An application link can be found on Facebook at Kosciusko County Farmers Market, or pick one up at the Latte Lounge and Gallery, located at 108 N. Buffalo St., Warsaw.