Local store celebrates talent, expertise at Farmerís Market

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Alex Stouder accepts a unique bow and arrow creation from balloon artist Joseph Winnicki of Paint Twist & Party at the Cassville Tractor Supply Store, where several vendors and producers offered a variety of homemade, homegrown items Saturday. Winnicki and Amanda McCollum offer balloon twisting, face painting and caricatures. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Alex Stouder accepts a unique bow and arrow creation from balloon artist Joseph Winnicki of Paint Twist & Party at the Cassville Tractor Supply Store, where several vendors and producers offered a variety of homemade, homegrown items Saturday.

Destiny Reed, 7, of Exeter, sports her new face painting before walking into the Tractor Supply Store in Cassville to shop with grandmother Brenda Periman on Saturday, when several local farmers and crafters and vendors showcased their homemade and homegrown goods outside the store. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Destiny Reed, 7, of Exeter, prepares to get her face painted Saturday at the Cassville Tractor Supply Store by artist Amanda McCollum, of Paint Twist & Party, a local business that features face painting, balloon twisting and caricatures. Several vendors and producers were on hand at the store for a Farmerís Market event to celebrate local talent and expertise in the community, said Store Manager Bob McDonald. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Local producer Walter Hasler displayed jars of canned quail eggs and peppers, along with a variety of fresh and baked goods, outside the Cassville Tractor Supply Store Saturday. Customers were invited to shop for produce, crafts and other goods from local vendors and farmerís market at the store over the weekend. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com