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August 26, 2018
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Ahuska Park
400 E. Broadway
Monona, WI 53716
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Monona Farmers' Market

Sunday, August 26, 2018

With school starting soon, it’s time to think about healthy breakfasts, school lunches and after school snacks.

Be sure to include delicious, fresh, local food from the Monona Farmers’ Market in your kids' lunches.  Begin the day with a fruit and veggie smoothie for breakfast.  Pack lunches with bite size pieces of fresh fruits and vegetables. Include fresh cheese or cheese curds from Farmer John’s.  Pick up some fresh market bread for sandwiches and some locally made jams or honey for those PB&J’s.   Have popcorn and apples or fresh squeezed apple cider on hand for an afterschool snack.  Including some of the bountiful summer harvest in meals and snacks is a delicious, healthy way to begin the school year.

Monona Senior Center representatives will be at the market to share information dementia and the steps Monona is taking steps to become a dementia friendly community.  You can sign up for the Silver Alert public notification system for locating missing seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s.  Add your name to the raffle to win a basket donated by the Monona Heritage Center. 

Popular market entertainer, John Duggleby, will be back at the market this Sunday.  John is a children’s author, songwriter and part-time chicken dancer. Bring the whole family to enjoy music from the past 150 years, including some of Duggleby’s own compositions.

Coming soon is Art at the Mart.  Mark your calendars for this popular combined art fair and market on September 9.

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 28th.