SIDNEY — It’s time for the return of the Great Sidney Farmer’s Market.
Sidney Alive announced the Great Sidney Farmer’s Market will return to the Shelby County courtsquare on May 28. The market will run every Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. The market will end the 2022 season on Oct. 15 with the Boos & Brews Festival.
With over 40 vendors registered and more to come, the market will be a wonderful way to spend Saturday mornings downtown. In addition to fresh vegetables and fruits, shoppers will find delicious baked goods, herbs, handcrafted personal care items, clothing, home décor and more, said a Sidney Alive press release. The Winery at Versailles will also return this year, offering samples of their tasty wines you can only find at their winery. The DORA will be available on Saturdays beginning at 8 a.m. so shoppers can enjoy wine tasting and brunch at downtown restaurants while they shop.
“The Great Sidney Farmer’s Market is one of our favorite things about Downtown Sidney,” said Amy Breinich, executive director of Sidney Alive, in the release. “We love seeing the vendors succeed and the Sidney-Shelby County community greet each other on summer mornings while supporting the market and downtown businesses.”