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February 9, 2007

Williamsburg Farmers' Market offers winter market Feb. 10

Williamsburg Farmers’ Market will conduct its first winter market on Saturday, Feb. 10. The market is open 8:30 a.m. to noon in Colonial Williamsburg’s Merchants Square.

The market will feature 17 vendors including: Shenandoah Farms, hydroponically grown tomatoes; Lilley Farms, pussy willow wreaths; Nature's Gifts, forced spring bulbs; and Dave & Dee's, mushrooms. Hot coffee, cider, biscotti and scones will be available to enjoy while listening to women's barbershop quartet, Un-Four-Gettable.

For more information, contact market manager Libbey Oliver at (757) 259-3768 or visit the Web site at www.williamsburgfarmersmarket.com.

The Williamsburg Farmers’ Market was established for growers and producers of Eastern Virginia to sell fresh seasonal food and farm products directly to the residents and guests in the Greater Williamsburg area. Held in Merchants Square, farmers’ markets are held monthly in February, March and April, and weekly beginning in May and running through October. Holiday markets are held in November and December.

Media Contact:
Penna Rogers
(757) 220-7121



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