The Hudson Farmers Market has moved indoors. The now indoor market, inside of Hattie's Cafe at 164 N. Main St., will run 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 21.
The market continues to offer a variety of goods from area farmers, producers and culinary artisans. The lineup of vendors include: Top Tier Pastry, Trigos, Lucky Penny Creamery, Thaxtons, Blue Jaye Farms, Gray Fox Farm, Sunrise Farm, Aurora Springs Honey, Ohio Direct, Miller's Organic Produce, JP Organics, Tea Hills Farms, Yang's Farm, Gray Fox Farm, Lula's Baklava, The Olive Tap and Goodell Family Farm. Hattie's line of products will also be available. Each Saturday, pierogies from The Pierogi Lady will be featured on the cafe's menu and will be available for purchase, as well.
Hattie's Cafe will be open throughout the market, offering visitors a comfortable place to meet and enjoy breakfast or lunch.
"Hattie's Cafe is an ideal location for the indoor market because it keeps the market right downtown and provides a cozy atmosphere for our customers," said Kate Harmon, market board president. "It's a great place to spend Saturday morning."
The market is set up inside the space adjoining the cafe that has been used as a gift shop. Visitors can enter the market through the gift shop entrance or through the cafe.
To learn more about the market, contact market manager Audrey Hylton at 330-476-9436 or email email@example.com. Visit the market's website at http://hudsonfarmersmarket.org and like the market on Facebook. For information on sponsorship, please call or email the market.
Hudson Farmers Market is a service project of Leadership Hudson, the Rotary Club of Hudson Clocktower's civic leadership training program, and civic-minded community members.