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The Denney Farm

The Denney Farm We are a family farm growing produce organically in our backyard with 4 high tunnels for season extension. We have been growing produce for 10 years now.

Our produce sells at N. Manchester, Warsaw farmers markets. We grow vegetables and fruits organically on our 1/3 acre property in Silver Lake. Selling our produce through our online store with farm pick up and at farmers markets in North Manchester and Warsaw. During the spring we sell vegetable and herb plants including rare heirloom tomatoes. In- Season produce including heirloom varieties.

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This shop local, organically grown produce for your Labor Day Cookout.  You’ll find us at Wabash Farmers Market with…….T...
09/02/2022

This shop local, organically grown produce for your Labor Day Cookout. You’ll find us at Wabash Farmers Market with…….

Tomatoes 🍅 Lettuce 🥬
Sweet Peppers 🫑 Cherry Tomatoes
Hot Peppers 🌶 Carrots 🥕
Onions 🧅

New this week: Winter Squash ( Acorn, Butternut and Spaghetti Squash) and Ginger Gold Apples 🍏

In fresh herbs: Thai Basil 🌿, Lemon basil, Vanilla Basil, Rosemary ( great on steaks!), Parsley, Lemon Balm, Dill, Sage ( amazing paired with winter squash)

Giant Jalapeños perfect for stuffing! You can find them at Wabash Farmers Market tomorrow from 8- Noon.
08/26/2022

Giant Jalapeños perfect for stuffing! You can find them at Wabash Farmers Market tomorrow from 8- Noon.

It’s Tomato hornworm season. These little *#%!$*#! can defoliate a tomato plant in the matter of days. If they get to fu...
07/11/2022

It’s Tomato hornworm season. These little
*#%!$*#! can defoliate a tomato plant in the matter of days.

If they get to full grown stage they will drop to the ground, make a large brown chrysalis just below the soil. Next spring the moth hatches, lays eggs and new caterpillars emerge. While I’ve never seen the moth, we have found the giant chrysalis in the ground while ripping up tomato plants in the fall. This is why crop rotation is important! Keep the moths guessing where your tomato plants are. 😏

Growing up my Grandpa Larry ran a truck patch in Warsaw, In. He had a dog named Sadie. She was a great dog in many ways, a mutt rescue. She loved running in the garden. Her favorite thing was to eat tomato hornworms. She would go out to the garden spend all day eating the worms. So we never had to worry about them. Unfortunately, she passed away several years ago, of old age and I have yet seen a dog that loves to eat hornworms. If you are lucky enough to have chickens, they will happily eat these fat, juicy worms.

For the rest of us growing tomatoes without a “Sadie” or chickens, here’s a few good ways to get rid of these pests:

Organic sprays: BT (bacillus thuringius)
Spinosaid
Pick them off with your finger and smash them with your foot.

Nick’s favorite* Use the worms as target practice with your airsoft gun. * Warning* you will find bb’s in tomatoes and possibly an angry wife. 🙃

Fun Fact! Tomato hornworms glow under a black light. Menards sells flashlights with a black light. Get the kids involved for a night hunt!

Wabash Farmers Market Saturday 8- Noon. Shop local, eat local. So what can you expect from DenneyFarms? Harvested from o...
07/07/2022

Wabash Farmers Market Saturday 8- Noon. Shop local, eat local. So what can you expect from DenneyFarms?

Harvested from our Farm:
Red, Yellow and Green tomatoes,
Green beans, Red potatoes, onions, garlic scapes, cucumbers, zucchini, Bibb head lettuce.
Herb plants: Lavender, Rosemary, a variety of mints, thyme, tarragon, toothache plant, Basil

Fresh cut herbs: Thai basil, Italian basil, Vanilla basil, parsley, dill, rosemary, thyme, Applemint, calendula flowers 🌸

We will also have Peaches 🍑 and
Southern Indiana Cantaloupes 🍈

It’s been a rough year for anyone trying to grow a garden. Too cold to start, then too hot, bad storms,  than no rain, b...
07/05/2022

It’s been a rough year for anyone trying to grow a garden. Too cold to start, then too hot, bad storms, than no rain, bugs, ugh bugs! By this point your done. Whatever you get out of tomatoes and peppers and who cares about the rest, right?

Well don’t give up the second half of the growing season is upon us. This half less stressful and more enjoyable.

Why? The garden has already been prepped, from your spring plantings. Plants like tomatoes, pepepers, eggplant, watermelon are already planted and will soon be producing. All the hard work of getting a garden going is already done. Why not tuck in a few new plants where the radishes and lettuce have gone to seed?

Here is a list of plants that can still be seeded NOW! These will be harvestable in the Fall.

Broccoli 🥦. Cabbage 🥬. Cauliflower
Green beans 🫘. Zucchini Summer squash
Cucumbers 🥒 Carrots 🥕. Beets
Green onions. Lettuce 🥬. Kale 🥬
Swiss chard.

* This information has been given to us from talking to a generation that grew up without grocery stores, fast food, or door delivery service ( okay, well maybe not the last one. They did invent door delivery with Milk straight from the farm) So thank you, for your wise words! ☺️

(Picture is of green beans that just came up, lettuce planted last week and carrots who haven’t shown their faces yet.)

07/01/2022

It’s been 18 days since we’ve had measurable rain! We have automated irrigation, but it doesn’t compare to what the rain provides. We are so thankful for the rain, we don’t even care that we have to stop harvesting for a little bit. So what will we have at Wabash Farmers Market tomorrow?

From our farm:
Green beans. Onions 🧅 Red potatoes
Head Lettuce 🥬. Salad mix 🥗. Cucumbers 🥒. Green tomatoes. Vine ripened tomatoes 🍅 Hot peppers 🌶
Garlic scapes. Italian basil 🌿. Thai basil 🌿
Vanilla basil 🌿. Parsley 🌿. Sage. Rosemary
Herb plants 🪴 including Rosemary and Lavender

We will also have: Georgia cantaloupes 🍈
South Carolina Peaches 🍑.
Tennessee tomatoes 🍅 Michigan Sweet Cherries 🍒

06/30/2022

✨ A highly requested recipe! ✨

An organic pest spray that anyone can make from common ingredients easily grown in a kitchen garden! 🙌

This week on Herb Talk……. Cilantro. A highly sought after herb in the summer, yet grows better in cooler weather. To hav...
06/29/2022

This week on Herb Talk……. Cilantro. A highly sought after herb in the summer, yet grows better in cooler weather.

To have a steady supply of cilantro all summer long, plant seeds every two weeks. Once cilantro bolts (flowers) let it go. The flowers provide food for beneficial insects. The seeds once dried are the herb: Coriander. The seeds can be harvested to use or let them reseed for a new crop of cilantro.

We plant cilantro in one bed. Continuous let it reseed, never have to plant again. Cilantro loves cooler weather. We get a nice crop of cilantro in April/ May then again in the Fall.

When you find out the seed company no longer offers your favorite Romaine lettuce, you start saving seed on lettuce. Typ...
06/28/2022

When you find out the seed company no longer offers your favorite Romaine lettuce, you start saving seed on lettuce.

Typically lettuce seed is cheap and so we don’t see a reason to save seed. However every year since we started, seed companies pull varieties we love to grow. For some “New and Improved” variety which to be honest most of the time don’t measure up. It’s frustrating!

We were going to wait until we could get Southern Indiana cantaloupes, but it’s been hot.  So, Nick went and got Georgia...
06/24/2022

We were going to wait until we could get Southern Indiana cantaloupes, but it’s been hot. So, Nick went and got Georgia cantaloupes. We grabbed one at random and cut it up, before we could finish typing this it had all been eaten. Nick also got some South Carolina peaches (and ate three on the drive home) and Tennessee tomatoes (since ours don’t want to ripen just yet). Nick will bring these to Wabash Farmers Market.

From our farm we harvested: Premium Salad mix, head lettuce, garlic scapes, fresh onions, herb plants, and freshly cut Rosemary, parsley, basil, and applemint.

A watch pot never boils. Evidently that goes for ripening tomatoes. We keep watching for ripening and the tomatoes keep ...
06/23/2022

A watch pot never boils. Evidently that goes for ripening tomatoes. We keep watching for ripening and the tomatoes keep getting bigger!

Happy Summer Solstice! “The Sun, with all those planets revolving around it and depending on it, can still ripen a bunch...
06/21/2022

Happy Summer Solstice!

“The Sun, with all those planets revolving around it and depending on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do.” - Galileo

May the sun and rain give you bountiful harvests. ☺️

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Happy Father’s Day!
06/19/2022

Happy Father’s Day!

06/16/2022

Herb talk this week…… How to harvest Basil, video. This works for all varieties of basil. Lemon, Italian, Sweet basil, Thai, Blue Spice basil etc.

With this hot weather our strawberries are ripening faster than we can pick. We have several quarts of jam berries for s...
06/14/2022

With this hot weather our strawberries are ripening faster than we can pick.

We have several quarts of jam berries for sale https://www.localline.ca/denney-farms.

These berries are great for making jam, freezing for winter or making strawberry lemonade shake ups. The strawberries were picked last week and kept in a cooler. They still have great flavor, but some maybe soft. Our strawberries are organically grown and picked by Nick Denney.

The Curly Q freaks are back, Garlic Scapes Season! These delicious, immature garlic flowers only come once a year. Chop ...
06/13/2022

The Curly Q freaks are back, Garlic Scapes Season! These delicious, immature garlic flowers only come once a year. Chop ‘em and toast ‘em add to a salad, mix with butter for garlic butter or our favorite Garlic Scape Pesto. We love this pesto so much I always freeze a couple batches for winter.

If your growing hard neck garlic here’s how to harvest scapes. Grab the scape close to the leaves and gently pull, they will snap off.

This Saturday is a Wabash Farmers Market you don’t want to miss! Why? The gardens are starting to really produce. Here’s...
06/10/2022

This Saturday is a Wabash Farmers Market you don’t want to miss! Why? The gardens are starting to really produce. Here’s what we will have this week……

Strawberries 🍓
Premium Spring Salad Mix 🥗
Romaine lettuce 🥬
Cucumbers 🥒
Zucchini
Head Lettuce 🥬
Radishes
Green Onions
*New this week* Garlic Scapes

Herb plants 🪴

Let’s Talk herbs. Herbs are my favorite plants to grow. So many different scents, tastes and uses. We get a lot of quest...
06/09/2022

Let’s Talk herbs. Herbs are my favorite plants to grow. So many different scents, tastes and uses. We get a lot of questions on how to grow, harvest, and preserve herbs. So I would like to start a new weekly post highlighting a different herb.

This Week: Mint
An easy to grow and sometimes invasive. So many varieties, I hear about new ones every year: Applemint (pictured), Spearmint, Peppermint, Mojito mint, Chocolate mint, strawberry mint, orange mint etc.

Most people use it for teas. It dries easily, just cut bundle with a rubber band and hang upside down. It takes 2-4 weeks to have dried mint to use all year long.

Did you know mint helps repel rodents? Mice, voles, and rats have sensitive noses. So the scent of mint messes with their senses and they stay away. Planting mint around buildings and houses, then trimming the mint or mowing it will release the oils, keeping rodents at bay.

Don’t have room to plant mint? Put a few drops of mint essential oil in a gallon sprayer with water and spray around buildings.

06/07/2022

It’s a lettuce jacuzzi! Our premium salad mix is put in a relaxing jacuzzi bubbler, before being spun out. So it is the most chill 😎, so fresh and clean, clean🎶 lettuce you can buy.

Order by Wednesday at Noon at denneyfarms.com for Thursday delivery in N Manchester, on Farm pick on Friday.

Lacewing on our bonanza bolero marigolds. I didn’t even know they liked marigolds. Lacewing larvae are great for eating ...
06/06/2022

Lacewing on our bonanza bolero marigolds. I didn’t even know they liked marigolds.

Lacewing larvae are great for eating aphids and other bad bugs in the garden. So if you see this guy out and about, notice their beautiful lacy wings, thank him for his work and let him live. He’s a good guy. 😊

What will we have Wabash Farmers Market tomorrow 8- Noon?Premium Spring Salad Mix  🥬 Cucumbers 🥒 Radishes Zucchini White...
06/03/2022

What will we have Wabash Farmers Market tomorrow 8- Noon?

Premium Spring Salad Mix 🥬
Cucumbers 🥒
Radishes
Zucchini
White Russian Kale 🥬
Strawberries 🍓
Variety herb plants🪴

Last Call for Tomato and pepper plants. If your wanting to plant even a couple plants this is the weekend to get them.

First Strawberries of the season. The patch is full of green berries just waiting to ripen.
06/02/2022

First Strawberries of the season. The patch is full of green berries just waiting to ripen.

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605 S Jefferson St
Silver Lake, IN
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(260) 352-2602

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✨ VENDOR LINEUP ✨

"You can't buy happiness, but you can buy local, and that's kind of the same thing." Shop our vendors' products on Saturday, September 3rd from 8 a.m.-Noon! We can't wait to see you there. 🤩

🐝 Be Unique & Buzzed Creations: Handmade & Homemade crafts, lotions, jewelry & more
🐝 Barton Honey: Homegrown honey products
🍎 Doud's Orchard: Homegrown produce
🐚 Sage & Shell: Handmade jewelry
🍪 Carpenter Creations: Homemade baked goods
🍫 Choco By Valerie: Homemade chocolates
🌳 Yenna's Woodcrafts: Handmade wood cutting boards, boxes, toys & more
🌊 Washed Ashore: Handmade ocean crafts
🥩 Hill N Dale Farms: Homegrown meat products
🌽 Grizzle Farms: Homegrown sweet corn & Handmade Aunt B USA clothespins
🐝 Sticky Business Bee Farm: Homegrown honey
🍅 RiverRidge Farm: Homegrown produce
🧅 Small Onion Studio: Handmade pottery & live pottery wheel demonstrations
☕️ Sweet Brews: Homemade coffee drinks
🥩 Bolinger Family Farm: Homegrown meat & egg products
🥚 Charlie's Hoops & Coops: Homegrown eggs & produce
🧴Healthy Touch Essentials, LLC : Homemade organic soaps, lotions, pet shampoos & all natural dog treats
🥬 Lukens Lakeside Farms: Homegrown Produce
🌿 Divinely Rooted Remedies: (Found at Lukens Lakeside Farms): Homemade herbal products
🧄 Morning Glories: Homemade spice & recipe mixes
🌾The Denney Farm: Homegrown produce
🥧 The Olde House: Homemade baked goods
🇮🇪 Emmett's Paddy Wagon: Homemade, hot & fresh breakfast
🥧 Mary's Morsels: Homemade baked goods
🎨 Nana's Homemade Crafts: Handmade shirts, art pieces, children's clothing & more
🌽 My Dad's Sweet Corn: Homegrown sweet corn
🕯 Little Lite Candle Co. LLC: Handmade candle products
🧁 Paigey Cakes: Homemade baked goods

🎤 Live Music: Sam Deturk

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Grow Wabash County
Women's Entrepreneurial Opportunity Center
Julie Dickey
Renewal By Andersen
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Happy ! At the Downtown Wabash Farmers Market, we like dogs almost more than people. Bring your furry friends to the Market this Saturday, August 27 for a free treat AND 20% off our "Just here for the dogs" hats!
🌼 Lily's-N-Things: Pop-up boutique
🐝 Be Unique & Buzzed Creations: Handmade & Homemade crafts, lotions, jewelry & more
🐝 Barton Honey: Homegrown honey products
🍎 Doud's Orchard: Homegrown produce
💍 Still Remains Jewelry: Handmade memorial jewelry
💐 Patch of Sunshine: Homegrown flower arrangements
🍪 Carpenter Creations: Homemade baked goods
🍫 Choco By Valerie: Homemade chocolates
🌳 Yenna's Woodcrafts: Handmade wood cutting boards, boxes, toys & more
🌊 Washed Ashore: Handmade ocean crafts
🥩 Hill N Dale Farms: Homegrown meat products
🌽 Grizzle Farms: Homegrown sweet corn & Handmade Aunt B USA clothespins
🐝 Sticky Business Bee Farm: Homegrown honey
🍅 RiverRidge Farm: Homegrown produce
🧅 Small Onion Studio: Handmade pottery & live pottery wheel demonstrations
☕️ Sweet Brews: Homemade coffee drinks
🥩 Bolinger Family Farm: Homegrown meat & egg products
🥚 Charlie's Hoops & Coops: Homegrown eggs & produce
🧴Healthy Touch Essentials, LLC: Homemade organic soaps, lotions, pet shampoos & all natural dog treats
🥬 Lukens Lakeside Farms: Homegrown Produce
🌿 Divinely Rooted Remedies: (Found at Lukens Lakeside Farms): Homemade herbal products
🧄 Morning Glories: Homemade spice & recipe mixes
🌾The Denney Farm: Homegrown produce
🥧 The Olde House: Homemade baked goods
🇮🇪 Emmett's Paddy Wagon: Homemade, hot & fresh breakfast
🥧 Mary's Morsels: Homemade baked goods
🎨 Nana's Homemade Crafts: Handmade shirts, art pieces, children's clothing & more
🌽 My Dad's Sweet Corn: Homegrown sweet corn
🧇 Maebell's Waffles: Homemade stuffed waffles

🌱 KIDS CORNER: Bracelet making workshop hosted by Emerson Zwiebel

🎤 Live Music: Sam Deturk

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Grow Wabash County
WEOC
Julie Dickey
Renewal By Andersen
✨VENDOR LINEUP ✨

We can't wait to see you at the Downtown Wabash Farmers Market on Saturday, July 30 from 8 a.m.-noon! Check out our vendors below 👇🏻
🔨 Yenna's Woodcrafts: Handmade wood creations
🥩 Bolinger Family Farm: Homegrown meat & egg products
🐝 Sticky Business Bee Farm: Homegrown honey
🚜 Grizzle Farms: Homegrown produce
🥩 Hill N Dale Farms: Homegrown meat products
🌽 My Dad's Sweet Corn: Homegrown sweet corn
🍪 Mary's Morsels: Homemade baked goods
🥧 The Olde House: Homemade baked goods
🧄 Morning Glories: Homemade herbs & spice mixes
🌾 Lukens Lakeside Farms: Homegrown produce
🌿 Divinely Rooted Remedies (Found at Lukens Lakeside Farms): Homemade herbal products
🥧 Carpenter Creations: Homemade baked goods
🧴Healthy Touch Essentials, LLC: Homemade organic soaps, lotions, pet shampoos & all natural dog treats
🍅 RiverRidge Farm: Homegrown produce
🍓 Cordes Berry Farm LLC: Homegrown berries
🥚 Charlie's Hoops & Coops: Homegrown eggs & produce
🐶 Hound Hankies: Handmade doggie bandanas & more
🌾 The Denney Farm: Homegrown produce
🍎 Doud's Orchard: Homegrown produce
🐝 Barton Honey: Homegrown local honey
🧅 Small Onion Studio: Handmade pottery & live wheel demonstrations
💎 R&P Bling: Handmade jewelry
☕️ Sweet Brews: Homemade coffee drinks
🇮🇪 Emmett's Paddy Wagon: Homemade, hot & fresh breakfast

🎤 Live music: Hadassah Carpenter

A THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Women's Entrepreneurial Opportunity Center
Grow Wabash County
Julie Dickey
✨VENDOR LINEUP ✨

Farmer Charlie wants YOU to come to the Farmers Market on Saturday, July 23 from 8 a.m.- Noon! Help us kick off the second half of the season with 3 new vendors, farm animals, live music & more!

🔨 Yenna's Woodcrafts: Handmade wood creations
🥩 Bolinger Family Farm: Homegrown meat & egg products
🐝 Sticky Business Bee Farm: Homegrown honey
🕯Little Lite Candle Co. LLC: Homemade candles
🥩 Hill N Dale Farms: Homegrown meat products
🌽 My Dad's Sweet Corn: Homegrown sweet corn
🍪 Mary's Morsels: Homemade baked goods
🥧 The Olde House Homemade baked goods
🧄 Morning Glories: Homemade herbs & spice mixes
🌾 Lukens Lakeside Farms: Homegrown produce
🥧 Carpenter Creations: Homemade baked goods
🧴Healthy Touch Essentials, LLC: Homemade body care, dog treats & more
🍅 RiverRidge Farm: Homegrown produce
🍓 Cordes Berry Farm LLC: Homegrown berries
🥚 Charlie's Hoops & Coops: Homegrown eggs & produce
🍫 Choco by Valerie: Homemade chocolate
🥧 Save Lives & Pets: Homemade baked goods with proceeds going to local businesses
🌾 The Denney Farm: Homegrown produce
🍎 Doud's Orchard: Homegrown produce
🐝 Barton Honey: Homegrown local honey
🧅 Small Onion Studio: Handmade pottery & live wheel demonstrations
🌾 Farmhouse Crafted: Handmade decor

🐄 KIDS CORNER: Visit the Farmers Market to see & learn about live baby farm animals from Hill n Dale Farms. (Located on the West side of the Market.) Kids ages 0-5 can earn a BABE coupon!

🎤 Live Music: Sam DeTurk

A THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Grow Wabash County
Women's Entrepreneurial Opportunity Center
Julie Dickey
✨V E N D O R - L I N E U P ✨

Saturdays are for the Farmers Market 🤗 Join our Vendors on Saturday, July 16 from 8 a.m.-Noon. (Pro Tip: the early bird gets the worm 🐛. Our vendors' produce sells quickly!)

🥩 Hill N Dale Farms: Homegrown meat products
🌽 My Dad's Sweet Corn: Homegrown sweet corn
🍪 Mary's Morsels: Homemade baked goods
🇮🇪 Emmett's Paddy Wagon: Homemade, hot & ready breakfast
🥧 The Olde House: Homemade baked goods
🧄 Morning Glories: Homemade herbs & spice mixes
🌾 Lukens Lakeside Farms: Homegrown produce
🧴Healthy Touch Essentials, LLC: Homemade body care, dog treats & more
💐 Wild Blooms U Pick Flower Farm: Homegrown flowers
🌊Resinent Waves: Handmade resin art
🍅 RiverRidge Farm: Homegrown produce
🍓Cordes Berry Farm LLC: Homegrown berries
📚The Access Youth Center: Collecting school supplies
🥚 Charlie's Hoops & Coops: Homegrown eggs & produce
🍫 Choco by Valerie: Homemade chocolate
🥧 Save Lives & Pets: Homemade baked goods with proceeds going to local business
💎 R&P Bling: Handmade jewelry
🌾The Denney Farm: Homegrown produce
🍎 Doud's Orchard: Homegrown produce
🐝 Barton Honey: Homegrown local honey
🧅 Small Onion Studio: Handmade pottery & live wheel demonstrations
🌾 Farmhouse Crafted: Handmade decor
🥤Everest: Homemade popsicles & lemon shakeups

🎤 Live Music: Windfall
The Denney Farm
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Looking good in downtown Wabash.
You guys need this!!
Dinner with ingredients from the market!
NY Strip from Hill n Dale Farm
🌽 from My Dad's Sweet Corn
Red Potatoes from Doud's Orchard
Summer Salad from The Denney Farm, RiverRidge Farm, & Ernie Kerlin.
Cost per person $12
Get your plants now at The Denney Farm online store!
Hi Brittany. Kirby would love more of your icicle radishes. Please let me know when you'll have some available. Thank you!! Sorry but still can't figure out how to order from your website. 😏
I EARL HOWARD A TOMATO PLANT EXPERT FIND THAT LEVI DENNEY IS NOT GUILTY OF CUTTING DOWN THE PLANT S IN MY EXPERT OPINION THIS IS THE WORK OF A CUTWORM

THANK YOU
Nick Denney is a popular guy. His vintage truck stand from The Denney Farm was overflowing with produce when he arrived, but his loyal customers bought nearly all of it.
So much to learn about garlic! Thanks for the info, The Denney Farm!
What a fantastic turn out last night to the vendor meeting!! Wabash Farmers' Market We are excited to introduce many new things: An interactive kid's play area (Pop-Up PlayCafe), Live weekly musicians, 2 markets a week in July and August, and SNAP/WIC benefits, and my favorite: STARTING TWO WEEKS EARLIER!! May 20th! Thank you to the Honeywell Center for hosting and for Kerri Mattern with Parkview Wabash Hospital for speaking on behalf of Parkview Wabash. Many vendors have signed up already (see below), so make sure to sign up now to secure your spot!! Did you know it's ONLY $100 for 22 weeks or $60 for 11 weeks?! This includes your fee to attend a Wednesday night market in July and August at Parkview Wabash Hospital. What.A.DEAL!

How do you sign up? EASY!
1) Follow this link for the documents. Fill them out and mail or drop them off with payment per directions on sheet: http://www.wabashmarketplace.org/vendor-form--handbook.html

2) email [email protected] for the documents

3) Come to our office and fill it out and pay then!- 99 W. Canal St., Wabash, IN 46992

We are excited to welcome many past and new vendors to the market so far! Here are just a few so far!
Check them out at the market!
My Dad's Sweet Corn
Daniel's Creek Farm
Buckler's Sweets
TLC Creations
Eugene Cloud and his homemade birdhouses
Cordes Berry Farm LLC
The Denney Farm
RiverRidge Farm
Guthrie FSA
Ernie Kerlin and Mikki Bishop
Christie Farms
Yenna's Woodcrafts

Thank you to Parkview Wabash Hospital for your 2017 sponsorship!
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