We’re thrilled to announce the first annual Haymaker WInter Market, with huge thanks to Jim Soyars and Kent City Schools for hosting us this winter in the Roosevelt High School foyer by the auditorium. Both entrances will be open (cafeteria and auditorium), with parking available in front or in back.
We’ve got three farmers (two OEFFA certified organic) growing excellent produce under high tunnels (unheated greenhouses), so there will be plenty of salad greens, kale, chard, turnips, carrots, beets, potatoes, winter squash and apples. Plus baked goods, jellies & jams, pierogies, grassfed meats and cheeses, eggs, goat cheese, goat milk, handmade fresh pasta, veggie patties, dried beans, corn meal, wheat flour, soups, chips & salsa, hummus, grain salads, locally roasted coffee, and more!
The market will run from 9am to noon in the foyer on these Saturdays 9am – noon:
Nov. 5 – RHS Arts & Crafts Fair in the cafeteria and gym until 5pm
Nov 19 – Food Drive Challenge in the Cafeteria from 8:00am – 2:00pm
May 19 – We move back outdoors to the Franklin Ave. site
Haymaker will take a break for January and February, but local food will be available at the Kent Winter Market run by Katrina Kohout at Lucky Penny Creamery on Temple Ave. in Kent – open Saturdays 9am-4pm.
4th Annual Holiday Markets
Dec. 10 & 17
9am – 1pm
11 South River Street downtown Kent, Ohio.
Sponsored by Attorneys Williams, Welser, Kratcoski and Can LLC.
Canned food drive both dates to benefit Kent Social Services
30+ vendors – local food items, handmade gift items, and more!