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A Day Worth Remembering

Posted 10/1/2012 5:20am by Sam Bellamy.

A Day Worth Remembering?

October 6 is Farm Heritage Day at Indigo Farms. For 20 plus years we have had this event and for many, many people it has been a source of memories and remembering. If you are privileged enough to remember or if you have never known the rural roots of the area here is an opportunity to create your own memory. Reflecting on our lives and the lasting value of our lives is not often given justice in the course of weeks, months and even years. We lose so much when you realize that there actually was a time when people skillfully crafted their work to last not years but decades and in some cases centuries. If you enjoy fun, seeing others enjoy honest fun and learning while being able to take stock of your own life I believe you will find this to be a day worth remembering. Check out the website www.indigofarmsmarket.com for details. Please tell your friends as well. If you use facebook or twitter please help pass the word. For iniformation on Pumpkin Day and other activities see website or indigo farms market on facebook. Thank you from the friends and neighbors at Indigo Farms.

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Summer Tastes Sooo Good!

With blueberries, peaches, melons, tomatoes, sweet corn and so many other delisious vegetables and fruits, summer is full of exciting flavors! 

All of our regular market locations are now open!!!

We're also added some delicious new products at our market like candied banana peppers, jalapeno queso kettle cooked potato chips and barrel aged hot honey. 

 

We have several Market Locations, each open on different days, with different hours. See the bottom of our Home Page for the details on each.  

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