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Georgetown Farmers Market to open for season at 16 Mile Brewery May 25

Cape Gazette of Lewes, Delaware

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The Georgetown Farmers Market, sponsored by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, will be open for business from 3 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 25, at 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown.

"We found such a fantastic partner inl6 Mile Brewery last year, and a venue that attracted a lot more customers to our vendors," said Chamber Executive Director Karen Duffield. "So, we're sticking with a good thing, and more excited about the Georgetown Farmers Market this season than ever before! "

"The vendor list is varied and diverse this year," says Georgetown Market Master Christel Folke. Some of the vendor season commitments include Evans

Farm and Frozen Farmer, Woodenhawk Farms, T.S. Smith, Old World Breads, Nothing Better, Sandy Hill Greenhouses, Tout De Suite, Little Wagon Produce, Holly Berry Farm, Maebrook Farms, Point House Coffee, Reid Angus, Stag Run Farm, LJ's Lamb, Love Byrd Soap and Vanderwende Farm Creamery. "Many more are also expected to just drop in," Folke said.

"Families are welcome to sample their purchases at the outdoor tables, while patrons 21 years of age or over may visit the 16 Mile Brewery and Tavern," said Sarah Dickinson, 16 Mile Brewery media and events coordinator. "Please remember that while we love our canine friends, we ask that dogs remain at home or safely secured in vehicles."

The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce will host the Georgetown Farmers Market from 3 to 6 p.m. each Wednesday through Aug. 31 at 16 Mile Brewery at 413 S. Bedford St.

For more information and weekly updates, go to facebook.com/georgetownchamberfarmersmarket.



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Original Publication Date: May 24, 2016



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