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Boyne City winter farmers market celebration November 7

Boyne City Farmers Market officials invite the public to celebrate their winter market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday Nov. 7.

The market moves indoors to the red barn on Park Street, next door to the Boyne District Library, which is located at 201 East Main Street, in  downtown Boyne City.

“The fact that we can enjoy local food and produce from our farmers all year long is a reason to celebrate. This will be a great opportunity for everyone to enjoy and appreciate our farmers and all that they mean to us,” said Boyne City Farmers Market Manager Becky Harris.

“For five years, we have been so fortunate to be able to keep the market going throughout the year. We couldn’t do it without our faithful patrons and wonderful farmers.”

In addition to the regular indoor farmers market, the celebration will include kids activities, a cooking demonstration and tasting, hot cider and great food from local farms.

“The library has been gracious to let us use the Red Barn for our winter market over the years and we appreciate their partnership. We are working toward building a community pavilion to hopefully house it next year and for years to come,” said Harris.

For more information on the Farmers Market or the Five Year Anniversary Celebration, please contact the Main Street office at (231) 582-9009 or visit

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