Vendors bring rich assortment of produce and goods to Farmers' Market

Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Wheaton students Eli Chappuis, left, Toby Bruton and Hailey Bennett arrange several colorful and robust-looking pumpkins and squash on a table at the Cassville Farmers' Market on the square in Saturday morning. Eli's mother, Michelle Chappuis, background, said all helped in the harvesting of the produce. The students are members of Wheaton's 4-H Club, The Wheaton Wranglers, which plans to break ground on the first community garden in the city on Oct. 15. For more information, or to assist with the project, Chappuis can be reached at 417-652-3327. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Wheaton students Eli Chappuis, Toby Bruton and Hailey Bennett arranged several colorful and robust-looking pumpkins and squash on a table at the Cassville Farmers' Market on the square in Saturday morning.

Producer Alvin Gable brought four different types of hot peppers, eggplants, winter squashes and some unique pieces of driftwood for customers to take home at the Cassville Farmers' Market on the square Saturday morning. Another vendor brought pumpkins and squash, including butternut squash, while another brought a variety of home-spun crocheted items, including unique wrist-warmers, to help stay warm for the upcoming cold season. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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