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2017-06-14 / Front Page

Wednesday Farmers’ Market Reopens in Delhi

By Lillian Browne


There are new vendors at the Delhi Farmers’ Market, as well as familiar long-time vendors. In addition to fresh, local, seasonal produce, there are baked goods, jewelry, maple syrup, locally made cheese and more for sale. 
Lillian Browne/The Reporter There are new vendors at the Delhi Farmers’ Market, as well as familiar long-time vendors. In addition to fresh, local, seasonal produce, there are baked goods, jewelry, maple syrup, locally made cheese and more for sale. Lillian Browne/The Reporter DELHI - For the past 18 years, Heller Farms has been a mainstay at the Wednesday Farmers’ Market at Courthouse Square in Delhi. The 2017 season opened on Wednesday, June 7, and Laura Heller could be found in her standard place on the Square.

Heller said opening day was stellar, with lots of community support and lots of sales for all the vendors.

There are many new vendors this year, selling produce, baked goods, cheese, maple and honey products, and artisans with locally made jewelry and a henna artist.

The Delhi Farmers’ Market has continuously expanded and brought in competing vendors, which Heller said is a good thing. “Competition makes you better. The more competition there is, the better your product becomes,” she said.


Heller’s Farm from Bainbridge is one of the vendors at Wednesday’s Farmers’ Market at Courthouse Square in Delhi. 
Lillian Browne/The Reporter Heller’s Farm from Bainbridge is one of the vendors at Wednesday’s Farmers’ Market at Courthouse Square in Delhi. Lillian Browne/The Reporter The market is open on Wednesdays through October, from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., rain or shine. Heller sets up at approximately 10 a.m. and explains the time delay is caused by the time it takes to hand-cut the greens and herbs the morning of the market.

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