Clayton Farmer's Market: Closing Day Celebration

We start the morning with a Cal to the Market on bagpipes and kick up some dust the rest of the morning to the sounds of the Augusta Bottoms Consort--come on by!!!

We want to send out a great big THANK-YOU TO EVERYONE who participated in our 2012 Season! Farmers, Food Artisans, Crafters & Artists, Musicians, Chefs and Guests---you graced us with so much talent and good taste!

And of course---our loyal market-goers and patrons--you are important to our market community and we appreciate you!! What's a farmer's market without the community---it's not!!

Thanks for making this year a very successful one for the Clayton Farmer’s Market. Psst--Our market tables are still overflowing, so stop by on Saturday, November 3 to stock up on all your favorites and CELEBRATE WITH US!! 



Saturday, November 3    8:30am to 12:30pm 

SPECIAL MUSIC PERFORANCE by the Augusta Bottoms Consort

Playing acoustic music in a variety of toe-tapping styles, we are pleased to have these talented musicians play for our Celebration!

Call to the Market by Master Bagpiper Chris Appsplaying A Traditional Tribute to The End of the Harvest Season

Face-Painting for Children Our Friend Michelle Ries of Fantasy Airbrush Art Joins Us One More Time-- Take Home a Painted Memento

The Market Circle

Fill your baskets, greet your friends,                                                        

The Farmers Market never ends.                                                               

One season flows into the next,                                                               

With heart-felt wishes for the best.                                                          

Say hello, say good-bye—until seeds sprout, we’ll set some by.               


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