Mountain Home administrative secretary Roberta Pack and Baxter office executive secretary Chrissy Ford May is the first day for their Farmers Markets to open for the season. The markets will continue through the Saturday following Thanksgiving.
MOUNTAIN HOME FARMERS MARKET on the Mountain Home Square near the Baxter County Courthouse
The hours of operation are on Saturdays and Wednesdays from 6 a.m. to sundown. Every vendor must display a sign with their name, address and phone number, and whether the vendor is a “grower” or a “reseller.” Other markets open in May.
The town of Lakeview operates a Farmers Market in Lakeview City Park on Fridays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., which is set to opens in May
Yellville’s Farmers Market also opens later, held on Saturday evenings beginning May 2017 and continuing through the second weekend of September, said market manager Katherine Quinn. It is held in conjunction with the Yellville Music on the Square on Saturday evenings from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The vendor fee for the season is $10. Quinn may be contacted at email@example.com
Mark your calendar: The Yellville Farmers Market Spring Festival & Plant Sale will be Saturday, April 19th 1-3pm. Come pick up your Easter eggs, baked goods, garden plants, salad greens and much more. Live music, kids activities and a good time for all.
Mountain Home “Friday Night Music on the Square”
Mountain Home Arkansas will begins in June starting at 6 pm. the local music entertainers continue into the evening through the summer, some shops and food vendors will be open and available. Bring the family, lawn chairs and enjoy a wonderful community event. Friday night music ends in August, said Tina Gregory, office manager for Mountain Home Mayor David Osmon. The summer event provides free entertainment by area musicians.
Call Baxter County for County Judge Pendergrass’ office at 425-2755 and request information about vendor space, regulations and fees.