Saturday, June 14, 2008

Shreveport farmer's Market, 7 am til noon, features music, blueberries, sweet corn, pasta, pies and clean tomatoes

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Says new manager Noma Fowler-Sandlin of the Shreveport Farmer's Market at Festival Plaza, "We have a ukulele band (The Strumdingers) playing at the market to accompanying you while you buy blueberries and sweet corn, both of which are hitting their peak. There's an amazing array of delicious veg right now, and all sorts of other goodies from pasta to pies.

And don't forget -- Our tomatoes don't have cooties!

Parking will be a little tight because of the workmen (doing a project in the adjoining offices on a Saturday, even) but there's more parking behind the old depot, and in various lots nearby.

Don't forget your cash and tote bags. I'll see you there."

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