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Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.

Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
Booths at the Market on the Square event each Saturday in downtown Marshall offer everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts to clothing items.
East Texas Farmers Markets are hoping to bid farewell to the brutal summer heat that has negatively impacted some of their crops and welcome the transition to fall crops and cooler temperatures.
The recent rain the past week offered some respite to area gardeners and farmers that are preparing to soon harvest fall crops and bring them to sell at the local farmers markets.
East Texans looking for fresh, locally grown produce and other goodies had a variety of choices Saturday as Jefferson, Hallsville and Marshall all set up to host their farmers markets events.
The markets are set to continue through the fall where local gardeners and farmers hope to bring in some fall crop offerings including peppers, broccoli, greens, squash, peas, beans, onions, turnips and maybe even some fall tomatoes.
Crafters are also getting in on the change in season by transitioning their goods into fall, Halloween and Christmas offerings.
Marshall
The Market on the Square, formerly the Harrison County Farmers Market, will be set up from 7 a.m. to noon each Saturday at Telegraph Park on the square in downtown Marshall, in front of the historic Harrison County Courthouse.
Market on the Square offers all types of locally sourced vegetables and plants.
Vendors also offer home sourced goat’s milk soap, honey, jams and jellies, homemade breads and cookies and handcrafted items.
For additional information about Harrison County Farmer’s Market and Market on the Square can be found at www.facebook.com/MarshallTXMarket.
Those interested in becoming a member of the market can contact Market Manager Christi Timmons at (903) 754-8569 or Sheri Yates at (903) 926-5034.
All homemade, baked or canned items must be in compliance with the Texas Cottage Food Law including adhering to packaging and labeling requirements, and obtaining a Texas Food Handler’s Card. A copy of the Food Hander’s Card must be submitted along with the membership application.
Jefferson
The Jefferson Farmers Market — Downtown will be set up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Saturday, located at 202 N. Polk St. in downtown Jefferson.
Packed with vendors offering homegrown and homemade items like produce, fresh eggs, jams, jellies, pickles, baked goods, arts and crafts and more, the market is set up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Saturday, through the end of October.
All products featured at the market are raised or produced within a 50 mile radius of Jefferson.
For more information about the Jefferson Farmers Market — Downtown, visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/JeffersonFarmersMarketDowntown.
Hallsville
The Hallsville Farmers Market has offerings from wreaths, chimes, handmade jewelry, candles, homegrown beef, honey, homemade chocolate, freeze dried candies, live plants, pottery, leather goods, clothing, produce, chicken and duck eggs, art to fresh coffee and lemonade, the guests to the Hallsville Farmers Market will see a choice of many things.
The market is held from 7 to 11 a.m. each second and fourth Saturday of each month, through the end of September and located at 200 Loma Vista Drive in Hallsville.
The Hallsville Farmers Market allows vendors to pay a one time fee of $25 to participate in the full season of the market.
Those interested in the market should contact the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Hallsvillefarmersmarket22.
Bridget began at the LNJ working in sports, city reporting and then on the education beat before moving to the MNM where she covers education and the cities of Jefferson, Harleton and Hallsville. Bridget has two daughters and loves her family and animals.
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