::Cary Farmer's Market To Open April 7th
From Staff And Wire Reports
Thursday, April 5, 2007
CARY - On Saturday April 7th the Cary Farmers' Market kicks off its 2007 season, starting at 8am and lasting until 12:30pm at the Amtrak Station between Harrison Avenue and Academy Street in downtown Cary.
According to the city, Cary Mayor Ernie McAlister and the Cary Town Council will officially open the market.
The city says that afterwards there will be music from Chris Anderson on guitar and Gail Leonard on the upright bass for some "ole-time picking and singing."
This year, in addition to food, the Cary Farmers' Market will offer landscape plants, crafts, soaps, lotions, candles and even home-grown entertainment.
"The Cary Farmers' Market is a unique place to engage directly with some of our region's finest creators of food, crafts and music," said Donna Walker, Cary Farmers' Market manager in a statement to the press. "People of all ages come to the market for the sense of community, to buy fresh food and one-of-a-kind crafts directly from the source, and to just have fun."
From April 7 through November, the Cary Farmers' Market will be open on Saturdays from 8am to 12:30pm, and also on Tuesdays from 3pm to 6pm.
Special events are planned throughout the 2007 season including May 5th as Pet Day, June 16th as Shop with a Chef Day with Chef Rameaux of Chef Rameaux's Louisiana Market and July 14th as Shop with a Chef Day with Cindy Anderson of Cindy's House Café.