Saturday’s Celebration Marks End of Farmers Market

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Saturday’s Celebration Marks End of Farmers Market

Organizers of the Sheridan farmers market are celebrating the end of the season Saturday night with a Harvest Celebration at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Bill Bensel of the Powder River Basin Resource Council said it’s the last time to stock up for the season and have a chance to win a half a hog or three free-range, organically fed chickens. On the raffle ticket, there’ll also be a vegetable basket.

Tickets will be sold for $5 or 6 for $25. He said the Pies by Guys will also be auctioning off what he described as six “baking masterpieces.”

The Road Kill Rangers will also be there to provide the background music for the market and Julie Szewc will perform for the dinner. The market opens at 4 and dinner’s served at 5:30.

Tickets for the meal are $13 and $8 for kids, and includes barbecued pork, ham, roast, meatballs and lamb. Bensel said there will also be a silent auction for the chance to buy a Brinkmann Barbecue and tools.

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