This Week at the Brownsburg Farmers Market

SEASON PEAK BRINGS MORE PRODUCE OPTIONS!  

It’s the height of the market season, and that means more produce options! Shop for sweet corn, tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, green beans, radishes, squash, cabbage, onions, potatoes and more at this week’s Brownsburg Farmers Market sponsored by IU Health West Hospital.   LIST OF VENDORS>>

tomatoes and cucumbers

Bring your kids to POP Club for the next two weeks and get free Market Bucks they can spend on fresh produce. Each kid will receive $3 in Market Bucks which will be distributed on a first come first serve basis, so make your way to the POP Club booth while supplies last. While at the booth, kids can also make their own paper apple tree with the help of Brownsburg Public Library volunteers! POP CLUB>>

Receive a stamp for July on your Bushel Builders loyalty card as well as a free shopping tote at the IU Health West Hospital booth. IU Health West’s transformations team will be there to provide information on the hospital’s expansion.   

Enjoy hot and cold concessions from Chomp’z, Brozinni’s Pizzeria and Ice Barn while listening to tunes from The Last Drop Jug Band. Experience old and new songs remade with banjo, harmonica, guitar, stand-up bass and vocals.

Kids and adults alike can participate in the Brownsburg Farmers Market’s 10th anniversary coloring contest. Make sure to post the artwork to social media before winners are announced August 8 at the Farmers Market Week Celebration and Corn Roast for a chance to win a prize. CONTEST DETAILS>>

SHOP LOCAL 4 TO 7 PM THURSDAYS AT TOWN HALL GREEN

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