It’s official, folks. The Custer Farmers’ Market Grand Opening will be Saturday, June 5 at the corner of Crook and 7th Streets in downtown Custer. There are five committed vendors and another six possible. Market founder Herb Ryan gave me the lowdown.
All the offerings will be local: no imported fruits, vegetables, meat or fish. Here are a few of the products on tap: organic bread, whole wheat honey bagels, free-range beef, lamb, pork, plants, nursery stock, vegan snacks, jam/jellies, and a whole lot of fresh, local produce.
Herb also mentioned strolling musicians and dancing girls (hmmm…) for the grand opening. It’s going to be a big time, folks.
If any of you are interested in being a vendor at the market, applications are available online at custerfarmersmarket.com.