Goat milk products, bison meat, honey, live plants, baked goods — shoppers can find all that and more at the Nashville Farmers Market each Sunday afternoon in the parking lot of the Brown County Inn.
The market’s offerings have recently expanded, allowing more producers of animal products, such as meats and cheeses, to be added to the vendors who started the season.
Shoppers are entertained by local musicians who volunteer their time. Rising star folk-bluegrass duo The Hammer and the Hatchet are on the Aug. 27 schedule.
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HOURS: Noon to 3 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 29
PARKING: Free in the Brown County Inn lot, at the junction of state roads 135 and 46 in downtown Nashville.
Weekend visitors to Brown County can swing by the Friday night market in Bean Blossom to pick up fresh salad greens, seasonal local fruits and vegetables, fresh-baked breads and cookies, and even a hot dinner or cool lemon shake-up.
A few new vendors have been added this year, including poultry and pork producers.
In addition to music, the market often offers a fun, educational program for children, adults or both. Visitors earlier this summer learned about beekeeping, ladybugs medicinal wild plants and even puppeteering.
HOURS: 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays through Oct. 6
PARKING: Free in the parking lot across the street from St. David’s Episcopal Church, at the junction of state roads 45 and 135 North in Bean Blossom.