Smokin’ Dobroleles to perform at New Era Farmers Market Aug. 8

July 31, 2023

Smokin’ Dobroleles to perform at New Era Farmers Market Aug. 8

NEW ERA — The Smokin’ Dobroleles will perform at the New Era Farmers Market Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 5 p.m., and the market runs from 4-7 p.m.

New Era Farmers Market will feature emergency vehicles from 4-5 p.m.

The Kids Power of Produce Club kicks off with a story read by Gwen Adams of the Oceana County Council on Aging, followed by a conversation with Trooper Todd Goodrich of the Michigan State Police, Hart post, about identifying emergencies; how to call 911; and what information you need to have available for the call.

There will be market bingo, and free tokens for produce drawings for two Double JJ Resort gift packs. MSU Extension’s Michigan Fresh cooking show will begin at 4 p.m. featuring blueberry smoothies. The first 30 participants will receive a take home kit with vouchers for purchasing the main ingredients for free. Senior Power of Produce will give anyone who is age 62 and over $4 in free tokens to purchase produce. Register at the checkered flag booth.

SNAP is accepted at the farmers market, and Double Up Food Bucks are offered. You can also spend Senior Market Fresh Coupons and WIC Project Fresh coupons at the market.

The market is located on the grounds of the New Era Christian Reformed Church located at 1820 Ray Ave. Look for mascot Raye the scarecrow on market day. She will be hanging out on the corner of Oceana Drive and Ray Avenue. Visit the market’s Facebook page for more information.

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