Farmer's market comes to C'ville

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Got tomatoes? Locals interested in buying or selling home-produced fruits, vegetables, canned goods or baked items can take part in a farmer and gardener's market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Saturday, July 18 through the end of September, on the historic Clarksville Square.
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QSTNitALL

Clarksville, TX

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Jul 18, 2009
 
Lots of folks showing up to shop but just 3 venders this morning. Everyone having a good time and visiting with each other. Sure hope this takes off and grows into something good for our town. Thanks
geasr

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Jul 18, 2009
 
QSTNitALL wrote:
Lots of folks showing up to shop but just 3 venders this morning. Everyone having a good time and visiting with each other. Sure hope this takes off and grows into something good for our town. Thanks
Where is this place.
QSTNitALL

Clarksville, TX

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Aug 29, 2009
 
geasr wrote:
<quoted text> Where is this place.
Sorry I did not see your question sooner. The Farmer's Market is in the middle of Clarksville Texas at the City Square on Main Street (US Hwy 82) between Walnut and Locust Streets. Participation has been increasing weekly with lots of home grown vegetables and home bake goods every Saturday from 10:AM to 2:PM. It is free for the venders to set up, and lots of fresh bargains for shoppers.
Grannymary

Irving, TX

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Aug 24, 2012
 
Can anyone tell me if Clarksville still has a farmers market and if so, is it on the square? Thanks!
Country Girl

Wewoka, OK

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Dec 12, 2012
 
I don't remember ever seeing anyone selling anything in that area.

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