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Farmers’ Market relocates

The Christmas Farmers’ Market that was slated to be held at the Pulaski Train Station will be moved to Jackson Park this weekend.
Market Director Shirley Bandy said the farmer’s market will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Jackson Park.
A new location had to be found as a result of Monday morning’s fire that destroyed the train station.
Jackson Park is between Commerce and First streets in downtown Pulaski, across from the Municipal Building.
Bandy said the market has to be held in an area with electricity and bathrooms available. Jackson Park has electrical service, and the municipal building bathrooms will be opened during market hours.
Bandy is looking for another location that would provide more shelter from the weather. Vendors will need to provide their own canopies while the market is being held in the park.
Anyone wishing to participate in the Farmers’ Market or having a facility that could be used for the outdoor market should contact Bandy at 994-5618 or 641-8205. She said she wants to keep the market in the downtown Pulaski area.
There is no charge to sell items at the Christmas Farmers’ Market.
The fire that destroyed the train station also destroyed all of the t-shirts and totes Bandy used for giveaways during the summer market, so the organization will have to replace those items.
The market is provided by Greater Pulaski Alliance (GPA), which had its offices in the station. The group’s computer and printer also were destroyed.

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Farmers’ Market relocates

The Christmas Farmers’ Market that was slated to be held at the Pulaski Train Station will be moved to Jackson Park this weekend.
Market Director Shirley Bandy said the farmer’s market will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Jackson Park.
A new location had to be found as a result of Monday morning’s fire that destroyed the train station.
Jackson Park is between Commerce and First streets in downtown Pulaski, across from the Municipal Building.
Bandy said the market has to be held in an area with electricity and bathrooms available. Jackson Park has electrical service, and the municipal building bathrooms will be opened during market hours.
Bandy is looking for another location that would provide more shelter from the weather. Vendors will need to provide their own canopies while the market is being held in the park.
Anyone wishing to participate in the Farmers’ Market or having a facility that could be used for the outdoor market should contact Bandy at 994-5618 or 641-8205. She said she wants to keep the market in the downtown Pulaski area.
There is no charge to sell items at the Christmas Farmers’ Market.
The fire that destroyed the train station also destroyed all of the t-shirts and totes Bandy used for giveaways during the summer market, so the organization will have to replace those items.
The market is provided by Greater Pulaski Alliance (GPA), which had its offices in the station. The group’s computer and printer also were destroyed.

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