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Vendors will close up shop for the regular season this weekend at the Crawfordsville Farmers’ Market.
The downtown staple is moving indoors for the cold weather months with the launch of a Winter Market.
Kicking off with Small Business Saturday Thanksgiving weekend, the market will run twice a month through March at the Montgomery County 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.
About a dozen Farmers’ Market vendors have expressed interest, market manager Lisa Lynch said. Baked goods, jams and jellies will be featured, as well as some produce.
“It’ll look a little different in that there will be more artisan vendors,” especially leading up to Christmas, Lynch said.
Vendor applications are due Nov. 15 for a $45 season pass. Late-season applications cost $60.
There will be space available for up to 24 vendors, Lynch said.
Applications and fees can be mailed to Crawfordsville Community Center, 922 E. South Blvd., or dropped off during business hours.
Art and craft vendors must submit photos of their work to Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the market, visit the Facebook page or email email@example.com.