Find Local Wares At The Buffalo Farmers' Market

Find Local Wares At The Buffalo Farmers' Market

The first Buffalo Farmers' Market of the summer will be happening in Crazy Woman Square this Wednesday evening from 5 to 7 o'clock in downtown Buffalo.

Typically, anything hand-made, home-made or crafted locally can be found at the weekly events, which will run through mid-September.

Local produce, crafts, baked goods and more will be available for purchase and refreshments will be available as well.

Music will be provided this week by Steve Frame and his Western Rebels on stage in the square.

Coming up later in the summer, the Farmers' Market will be providing music from many other bands and groups and because this is an election year, many of those running for local offices will be speaking during the events.

The Buffalo Farmers' Markets are organized by the Buffalo Downtown Association and sponsored by Oldies 105-9.

For more information, to become a vendor or provide entertainment, contact the Buffalo Downtown Association at 621-0772 or stop by the office at 63 N. Main Street.

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