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Updated: July 22, 2017 @ 9:55 am
The Kuna High School Jazz Band entertained the Kuna Farmers Market on May 13.
Come check out vendors, like Tin Can Cottage Eggs, at the Kuna Farmers Market every Saturday until October.
Some days, like this last Saturday morning, setting up for the market can be a challenge. With frost on the grass and on my shoes, I longed to be cuddling in a warm bed.Bless our dedicated market vendors, they bundled up and come despite the weather.
Why? Do we make huge money at our Kuna Farmers Market? Nope. Though is does brighten our day when you, our customer, comes to support the local market. Money is not our only motivation. We have a mix of vendors. Some who dream of having a business of their own and the market is a way to get public exposure and show products to potential customers and get feedback. Some have a business but come to the market to bring our product closer to the community. All have a skill and love for what we do and desire to share that with you.
We create our products with you in mind. So, we work, sometimes for months, to try to get something new, unusual and sometimes, something that is old-revived to become new again. We come to the Kuna Farmers Market as it is our local market and you are our friends and community and who better to share with than neighbors.
The Kuna Farmers Market is always looking for new vendors, so if you have a desire to join our team, email us at president@KunaFarmersMarket.com or call 922-5929. Thanks to all those who braved the cold to visit the Market and to the Kuna High School Jazz Band for their great music.
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