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Lexington Farmers Market presents Holiday Market

On Saturday, December 3, 2016, 9am – 2pm, the Lexington Farmers Market is presenting their annual ‘Holiday Market’. There will be a lot of fun activities for young and old as well as a wide selection of vendors to help you get in the Christmas spirit. Santa will visit between 9:30am and 12:30pm to talk to the little ones and you are welcome to take your own pictures.  Ken Davis will entertain 10:00am – 1:00pm. For your culinary delight-Charley Smiths’ Gourmet Hotdogs will return and bakers will offer wonderful breads and delicious sweet treats.  You’re welcome to sit a spell and treat yourself while listening to the beautiful music. Many of our regular vendors will offer their meat, eggs, flowers, plants, pottery, soaps, cider, fall greens and produce, and more. Christmas decorations, jewelry, wood-working, crochet, quilts and other special crafts will help you start your Christmas shopping.

The Lexington Farmers Market is located at the Old Depot, 129 S. Railroad Street, across from Southern Lunch., call 336-287-6017 or 336-425-4777 for more information.

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