Stateline Farmers’ Market begins |

Stateline Farmers’ Market begins

Tribune staff report

Smell, squeeze and buy fresh produce while you listen to live music Friday at the Stateline Farmers’ Market at Kahle Community Park from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Mitch Uharriet will perform bluegrass, Celtic and Old Tyme music on banjo, fiddle, guitar and mandolin during this week’s market.

Farmers from as far as Watsonville, Calif. and Smith Valley, Nev. will sell fresh produce, often in large enough quantities for canning, freezing or drying. Unusual varieties such as purple potatoes and green zebra tomatoes are often available as well as traditional farm treats. Participating farms also supply flowers, herbs, native plants, shrubs, soaps and more.

Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department sponsors the Stateline Farmers Market from June to October. For more information, call the Kahle Community Center at (702) 588-0271.

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