August 12, 2018
400 E. Broadway
Monona, WI 53716
Monona Farmers' Market
Sunday, August 12, 2018
A growing trend to repurpose salvageable materials or recycle them into some functional is called upcycling. Monona Farmers Market vendor, SJ Homemade, is breathing new life into old feedbags and sewing them into trendy, useful and attractive bags. These upcycled bags are perfect for loading up with fresh sweet corn and other market goodies. Put them to use for hauling sports gear, baby paraphernalia, library books or carry-on travel bags. For a unique, sustainable gift these repurposed bags are ideal. Also at SJ Homemade you’ll find home-baked treats for your dogs and cats.
The Bitter Nothings will entertain as you shop at the Sunday, August 12 market. Singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist Heidi Forney and Noah Green, electric guitarist are a Folk Rock duo who have partnered since 2012 to play music that makes people feel like dancing.
The summer produce is at its peak. The vendors’ tables are piled high with fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers in all colors, shapes and flavors. It’s time to savor the season.
EBT is accepted. The Double Dollars Program is available.
The market, located at Ahuska Park, 400 East Broadway, is open every Sunday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm through October 28.