Enjoy a hot lunch while shopping at Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market “Holiday Edition”

Come to the “Holiday Edition” of the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturday November 25, 9 am – 3pm at the county fairgrounds. While shopping for Montana-made gifts, treat yourself to an excellent lunch!

MILLER’S PORK will have pulled pork sandwiches, brats, and loaded baked potatoes on sale along with coffee, water and sodas. Their high-quality meats will also be available for purchase for your holiday gatherings.

For more information call Kristi with Career Transitions, 406.388.6701 x 100.

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“Holiday Edition” Gifts @ Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market Saturday November 25

Check out  Montana-made gifts by local vendors at Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market at the Holiday Edition at the county fairgrounds in Bozeman on Saturday, November 25th, 9 am – 3pm!

There will be BIRDHOUSES &  WOODEN SPOONS by woodworkers from the Bozeman Senior Center.

                                             

Beautiful PIECED FABRIC NAPKINS, APRONS & PLACEMATS by ELAINE STABEN.

Also, check out FRIENDLY FLOWERS and PHOTOS ON PALLETS by ALLISON SWEENEY.

See you then!

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HOLIDAY EDITION of Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market November 25

You are invited to the  “THE HOLIDAY EDITION” of the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market  on Saturday November 25th, 9am-3pm @ the Gallatin County Fairgrounds Exhibit Buildings. Free Admission!

This is a great opportunity for you to shop for your one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts made by local crafters and artists and to purchase locally raised meats for your holiday dinner table.

Many of the vendors are from the summertime Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market, plus vendors you might not see on a regular basis. 

Career Transitions is hosting the Holiday Edition Farmers’ Market.

For more information call 406-388-6701 ext. 100 (Please bring non-perishable food items to donate to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank.)

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HOLIDAY EDITION of Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market Saturday November 25

You are invited to the  “THE HOLIDAY EDITION” of the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market  on Saturday November 25th, 9am-3pm @ the Gallatin County Fairgrounds Exhibit Buildings. Free Admission!

This is a great opportunity for you to shop for your one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts made by local crafters and artists and to purchase locally raised meats for your holiday dinner table.

Many of the vendors are from the summertime Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market, plus vendors you might not see on a regular basis. 

Career Transitions is hosting the Holiday Edition Farmers’ Market.

For more information call 406-388-6701 ext. 100 (Please bring non-perishable food items to donate to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank.)

       

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Thank you Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market Vendors & Shoppers

Thank you Gallatin Valley!

It is a privilege for Career Transitions to manage the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market that is held each year at the county fairgrounds. This income is instrumental in helping fund CT’s programs that assist families in becoming self-sustaining.

Summer 2017 was very successful with awesome produce and Montana-made creations. Our vendors are enthusiastic participants in community life.

During the coming months you can enjoy many of their products at the Winter Farmers’ Market at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture.

Plan to attend the Holiday Edition of the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturday, November 25th, 9am – 3pm at the county fairgrounds. A great place to shop for holiday goodies and presents!

For further information call Kristi: 406.388.6701 at Career Transitions

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Final Farmers’ Market @ Fairgrounds Saturday, September 9th

It’s all here:  VEGGIE & FRUIT extravaganza!

Dixon melons, huckleberries, tomatoes, corn, peppers, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, garlic and much more!

         

And for the shopping experts…Shop early for Christmas…  with one-of-a-kind unique HANDMADE GIFTS from Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market artists and crafters!

 

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Fresh CORN, TOMATOES, HUCKLEBERRIES, DIXON MELONS & More! @ Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market this Saturday

Summer is not over yet!

Pick up your late summer harvest at the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market at the county fairgrounds in Bozeman, this Saturday 9am – noon.

Yummy tomatoes, squash, green beans, potatoes, onions, beets, garlic & green peppers… it’s all ready right now!

For more information call Kristi: 388.6701.

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Fresh & Local CORN @ Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturday

Summer barbecues & CORN ON THE COB!  It’s what we’ve been waiting for…

LOCAL, FRESH CORN at Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturdays 9 am – noon  at the fairgrounds in Bozeman.

For more information call Kristi: 388.6701 x 100

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Montana CHERRIES, HUCKLEBERRIES & MELONS available this Saturday at the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market

It’s all happening this Saturday, August 12th @ Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market!

Pick up your fruit while supplies last:

 FLATHEAD CHERRIES, HUCKLEBERRIES & DIXON MELONS

Doors open at 9 am @ Gallatin County Fairgrounds in Bozeman.

For further info call Kristi, 388.6701 x 100.

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DIXON MELONS @ Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market this Saturday!

First-come first-served! Available on Saturday: 

YUMMY DIXON MELONS grown in Montana,

for sale at the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market!

Try their unique melons including Sinful Citrus.

Market hours are 9am – noon. See you there! For more information call Kristi: 388.6701 x 100

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