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The Hudson Farmers Market season continues on June 17 with Community Day. Community Day is a tradition in which the Hudson Farmers Market organization invites other Hudson-based organizations to gather on the Clock Tower Green and share information and fellowship with market patrons and citizens of Hudson. It's a way for the farmers market to nurture community through collaborative efforts.
The Hudson Farmers Market nurtures Hudson through fresh and healthy local produce, but it also fosters community by bringing Hudsonites together. Our farmers and gardeners have fresh tomatoes, onions, lettuce, herbs, flowers and strawberries. Additionally, other vendors have fresh pasta, breads, meats and cheese.
If any Hudson organizations would like to participate, they can contact Market Manager, J Hudson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to reserve a space.
The Hudson Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. until Oct. 7 on the historic Clock Tower Green.
The Hudson Farmers Market is a nonprofit born from a project of Leadership Hudson, a program sponsored by The Rotary Club of Hudson Clock Tower, and a collaboration between community leaders and civic-minded residents. Now in its tenth season, The Hudson Farmers Market is generously sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and Hudson Montessori School. The market serves as an incubator to local entrepreneurs and an economic driver to downtown Hudson. With approximately 30 diverse vendors, the Hudson Farmers Market attracts over 20,000 people to downtown Hudson over the summer and autumn seasons.
To learn more about the Hudson Farmers Market, visit www.hudsonfarmersmarket.org or contact market manager, J Hudson, at email@example.com.