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Farmer's Market

The Pulaski Farmers' Market is held from May through October at the historic Depot in Downtown Pulaski. Hours of operation are Sautrday from 8 AM to 1 PM. Starting July 21st and extending through mid September the Market will also open Wednesday afternoons. Seasonal, locally grown produce is sold by a variety of vendors along with crafts, baked goods, plants and flowers, and Amish goods. The first and third Saturday of each month, in conjunction with the Farmer's Market, a pancake breakfast is held. The Pulaski Flea Market is held across the street in the Maple Shade Business Park lot every Saturday.

The Pulaski Farmers Market, now in its third season, is offering yet one more reason to drop in on the popular summer shopping and visiting venue located at the historic Train Station. Beginning Saturday, June 25, people shopping at the Market are invited to fill out an entry blank for a weekly basket of goodies donated by the vendors selling at the Market. Items will vary throughout the growing season and may include seasonal produce, eggs, fruits, baked goods, freshly roasted coffee, jams, honey and horseradish, flowers, crafts, pancake breakfasts and other fixed-on-the-spot foods.

Winners will be drawn every Monday and the bounty must be collected at the following Saturday’s Market. Entry blanks will be available at the Market by 8 AM each Saturday. Entries limited to one weekly per each adult, please.

Farmers Market Vendor applications available now. Call Greater Pulaski Alliance, 994-4200 or email

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