No Brownsburg Farmers Market on July 4th; Kids Business Day at the Market on July 11th

The Brownsburg Farmers Market will not be open on the 4th of July, but there’s plenty to look forward to at the market this season! July 11 is Kids in Business Day when children ages 5 to 17 will sell their own crafts, baked goods, jewelry, cards, original artwork and other items at the market. Come by to support young Brownsburg entrepreneurs! KIDS IN BUSINESS DAY>> 

Alpaca Yoga comes to Town Hall Green at the August 1 market. Montrose Farms is hosting a light-hearted class that’s appropriate for all levels. Space is limited, so register early. Save the date for the Farmers Market Week Celebration on August 8. Shoppers will be treated to grilled sweet corn and one of our favorite market entertainers, Cole Woodruff, returns with a full band to perform on the big stage. MORE EVENTS DETAILS>> 

Help us celebrate the market’s 10th anniversary with a coloring challenge. Download the art sheet or pick one up at the Town of Brownsburg tent or POP Club during any market. The contest is open to kids and adults. Winners will be announced August 8. CONTEST DETAILS>> 

When you stop by the Town of Brownsburg tent, sign up to win a reusable countertop grease bin to help keep grease out of your plumbing and the sewer system. Also, snap a photo at the new “Selfless Station” and make a donation for Messiah Lutheran Church food pantry. The pantry helps 40-60 local families each week put food on the table, and your donation will help them add fresh local produce to the non-perishables distributed. Post your pic with the hashtag #meforMessiahELCA to help us raise awareness.

SHOP LOCAL 4 TO 7 PM THURSDAYS AT TOWN HALL GREEN

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