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For 2016

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Morn. Twilight: 7:16 A.M.
Sunrise: 7:46 A.M.
Sunset: 5:21 P.M.
Duration: 9h, 35m
Eve. Twilight: 5:51 A.M.
Visible Light: 10h, 35m

Vendors: contact Linda Meigs at 402-551-1233

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Florence Mill Farmers Market 2016

Connecting Agriculture, History & Art

Hours were: 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. Sundays, June through September 25, 2016

Awarded the 2013 Readers Choice "Best Farmers Market of Omaha"!!!

2016 Farmer's Market Details

The 2016 Farmer's Market was another great success.

The Farmer's Market always has Farm-Fresh vegetables & produce, eggs, garden art, crafts, jewelry, flowers, baked goods, massage, grilled lunch, plus special appearances of musicians, animals, rides, and other great ways to have some good country fun!

Country-School: (weekly education, the old-fashioned way).

Music: ...Varies each week 

Colorado West-slope Peaches can be ordered early in the season (up until middle August). The peaches arrive in September and can be picked up between 10 A.M. and 3 P.M.

For June 5, 2016

Farm-fresh goodness, hand-made crafts, live music, massage, BBQ & "Country School" guests:

Alpacas of the Heartland...

so gentle you can feed them (but sharing a carrot this way is your choice!

Doug feeding carrot to alpaca

Alpaca eating carrot from Doug
Abu Bakl - African Beads

African Beads - Abu Bakl

Note to Artsy friends & Jewelry buffs: Abu pops-in to market this Sunday on his travels elsewhere! He brings amazing museum quality beads, mud-cloth & artifacts... things you can't easily find outside of New York or the Tuscon Rock & Gem Show! (where I [Linda] met him) Where country meets the city: Not too big, not to small...just right.

First Floor Mill Museum & Second Floor ArtLoft Gallery:

First Floor Mill Museum & Second Floor ArtLoft Exhibit: On Exhibit through June 12: "How I see Nebraska Agriculture" A Youth art exhibit from the Fremont Chamber of Commerce.