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Mrs. Claus coming to Webb City Farmers Market

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The Webb City Farmers Market is open this Saturday from 9 to noon inside the enclosed and heated market pavilion at the Main Street entrance to King Jack Park and Mrs. Claus will be in residence. She'll welcome children to stand by her or in her lap to pose for photos – bring your camera – at the entrance to the Christkindlmarket where Rob and Drew Pommert will sing holiday songs.

Kay McLaughlin of Hazel's Bakery will demonstrate and sample Pumpkin Cake Rolls. There'll be free samples of mulled cider, as well as coffee,. The Christkindlmarket will be full – the most artists and crafters that we've had all year. Landcapes in tea cups, scrolled wooden ornaments, funky hats “up-cycled” from sweater parts, glass and metal work, handcrafted soaps, water colors, sewn goods, to name just a few.

The farmers' tables will be loaded with local produce like winter squash, greens – lettuce, spinach, kale. Swiss chard - , fresh ginger, tomatoes, peppers, radishes, turnips, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, boc choy, cabbage, cilantro – all beautiful, all fresh. We'll also have all-natural beef, lamb and chicken, pork, farm fresh eggs, honey, baked goods (below – treats from Red Lab Farm), vanilla, and more.

The Webb City Farmers Market is a producer-only market, which means that customers buy produce directly from the grower, meat from the rancher, and bread from the baker. The market is open in the pavilion at the Main Street entrance to King Jack Park. Sales and setbacks begin at opening. The market accepts SNAP (food stamps), debit and credit cards. The market is open on Saturdays from 9 to noon year-around. For information, call 417-483-8139.

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