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Michael Rainville Jr.
History Columnist
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Ryan Ojard
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Jenny Heck
Mill City Cooks
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Farmers Market Archive
Thursday
May032018

Mill City Farmers Market Opening Day Herb Give-Away from Market Sponsor Cynthia Froid Grooup

May 5 is opening day for the 2018 outdoor season of the Mill City Farmers Market, and Market Sponsor Cynthia Froid and her team will be onsite from 10a-Noon handing out complimentary lavender, rosemary and basil plants.

Many thanks to Cindy for supporting the Market year after year, and all the fun items her team has treated shoppers to - from herbs to pumpkins and everything in between!

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