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The Cornwall Farmers’ Market, located in George Assaly Lane is held every Saturday starting June 4 through October 8. The Market has undergone some changes this year and is returning to a traditional Farmers’ Market feel with a wide variety of produce and locally grown and raised offerings for customers throughout SD&G.
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Cornwall - Aug. 6, 2011 - The Cornwall Farmers’ Market, located in George Assaly Lane is held every Saturday starting June 4 through October 8. The Market has undergone some changes this year and is returning to a traditional Farmers’ Market feel with a wide variety of produce and locally grown and raised offerings for customers throughout SD&G.

This season you’ll see flats of flowers, fresh veggies, local honey, maple syrup, organic offerings, buffalo, lamb, beef and more.

The location of the market lends itself well to downtown shopping and dining. Come on over after visiting one of downtown Cornwall’s several breakfast spots or stop in after visiting one of the great gift shops. There’s plenty of parking and lots to see and do.

To learn more about The Cornwall Farmer's Market, visit their newly launched website at CornwallFarmersMarket.com. The Market was busy this morning and here are a sampling of some of the vendors:

Cornwall Farmers Market

Cornwall Farmers Market

Cornwall Farmers Market

Cornwall Farmers Market

Cornwall Farmers Market


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