The City of Winchester’s Old Town Farmers Market will run Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., May 13 through September 30. The goal of the Old Town Farmers Market is to provide fresh, local food and agriculture products directly from farmers and producers to residents, while creating an enjoyable atmosphere that contributes to a prosperous downtown and promotes a sense of community in Old Town Winchester.
Vendors offer a wide variety of items for sale including in-season fruits, vegetables, artisan breads, cookies, cheese, grass fed beef, gluten free bread, cured meats, jam, eggs, honey and many other items (produce and items for sale may vary each week). All items are grown or produced within a 60-mile radius of Winchester.
This week’s musical guest is The Dilettantes. Trudy and Jeff Roth (The Dilettantes) are an acoustic duo from Charles Town. They’ve been performing in the West Virginia panhandle area for years in a variety of venues. Their choice in music is an eclectic mix of folk, pop, and rock-and-roll, including the songs of Joni Mitchell, John Prine, Linda Ronstadt, The Beatles, Dylan, and many more, with a handful of originals thrown in. “We sing songs that we like, and hope that our listeners like what they hear.”
The market is located at the Taylor Pavilion at 119 N. Loudoun Street, just steps from the Loudoun Street Mall. Click here for more information.