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2017 Guide to Dayton, Ohio’s Farmers’ Markets

03/22/2017 13:00:27

 

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There are many great reasons to live in Dayton, Ohio and their local farmers’ markets is one of them. Most of these markets are open throughout the growing season into October, so be sure to check them out. There is nothing that compares to a fresh tomato bursting with flavor.

Here’s our list of Dayton farmers’ markets including the  days and times they are open. If you know of any local markets that aren’t featured on this list, please let us know and we’ll add them! 

 

TUESDAYS
West Carrollton Farmers’ Market
833 E Central Avenue, West Carrollton, Ohio. 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Xenia Towne Square Farmers Market
Parking lot in front of the former Kmart on Main St., Xenia, Ohio. 2pm-6pm (June – end of October 2017)

Mechanicsburg Farmers & Artisans Market
140 S. Main St., Mechanicsburg, Ohio, 4:30pm-7pm (June – September 2017)


WEDNESDAYS
Downtown Miamisburg Farmers’ Market
1146 E Central Avenue at Miamisburg Christian Church, Miamisburg, Ohio. 3pm-7pm pm (July-October 2017)

Fairborn Farmers Market
Corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue (Fifth Third Commons parking lot) in Fairborn, Ohio. 10am-2pm (April – November 2017)


THURSDAYS
2nd Street Market
600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. 11am-3pm (Year round)

Centerville Farmers’ Market
892 S Main Street, Parking lot of Centerville Shopping Center, Centerville, Ohio. 2:30pm-6:30pm (May 18 – October 26, 2017)
November/December Markets: Third Thursday from 2pm-4pm at Benham’s Grove Barn at 166 North Main St.

Lebanon Farmers’ Market
Corner of Main Street and Sycamore Street, Lebanon, Ohio.3pm-7pm (May 18- October 19, 2017)

Piqua Community Farmers’ Market
High Street in front of the Fort Piqua Plaza in downtown Piqua, Ohio. 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm (June 1 – September 14, 2017)

Tippecanoe Farmers’ Market in Tipp City
Fourth at Main Street, Tipp City, Ohio. (evenings)

The Market at Austin Landing
10400 Innovation Drive, Dayton, Ohio. 3pm-7pm (June – September, 2017)


FRIDAYS
2nd Street Market
600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, OH – 11am-3pm (Year round)

Sugarcreek Township Farmers’ Market
Sugarcreek Health Center at 6438 Wilmington Pike, Sugarcreek Township, Ohio. 3pm – 7pm (May 19 – November 17, 2017)
Winter Market: December – April. Every third Friday from 3pm-5pm

Vandalia Farmers’ Market
Seger Park at 23 Tionda Drive S., Vandalia, Ohio. 4pm-8pm (June 9 – August 25, 2017)


SATURDAYS
2nd Street Market
600 E 2nd Street, Dayton, Ohio. 8am-3pm (Year round. Outdoor market: June-October)

This Old Farmer’s Market in Beavercreek
3930 Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek, Ohio (grounds of This Old Couch store).  10am-1pm. ( mid May – last week in October 2017)

Downtown Troy Farmers’ Market
S Cherry Street and Main Street, Troy, Ohio. 9am-12:00pm

Oakwood Farmers’ Market
Far Hills Avenue and Orchard Drive at 22 Orchard Dr., Dayton, Ohio. 9am-1pm (June 3- September 30, 2017)

Shiloh Farmers’ Market
5300 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton, Ohio. 8:am-1pm (Starts May 6, 2017)

Springboro Farmers’ Market
Southwest Church at 150 Remick Blvd., Springboro, Ohio. 9:am-12pm (June – September 2017)

Tippecanoe Farmers’ Market in Tipp City
Fourth at Main Street, Tipp City, Ohio. 9am-1pm (June 14 – September 2017)

The Heights Farmers & Artisans Market
6178 Chambersburg Road at The Huber Center in Huber Heights, Ohio. 9am -1 pm

Yellow Springs Farmers Market
227 Xenia Avenue in the Kings Yard Parking lot behind the Ye Olde Trail Tavern, Yellow Springs, Ohio. 7am-12pm (May – November, 2017)

Springfield Farmers Market
North Market Place (117 N. Fountain Ave), Springfield, Ohio. 9am-12:30pm

Trotwood Farmers Market
NE corner of Shiloh Springs and Salem Ave. Trotwood,Ohio. 9am-2pm (June-October 2017)

Downtown Troy Farmers’ Market
Downtown Market on South Cherry Street, Troy, Ohio. 9am-1pm (June 7-October 7, 2017)


SUNDAYS
3rd on Third: Dayton’s Eclectic Outdoor Market
1001 East Second St., Dayton, Ohio. 3rd Sunday of each month: 1am-4pm (April -October 2017)

Garden Station Sunday Market
509 E 4th Street, Dayton, Ohio. 11am-2pm

2017 Guide to Cincinnati Farmers’ Markets

03/22/2017 11:45:04

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Cincinnati, Ohio has so many events and businesses to enjoy, and their local farmers’ markets are very popular. Most of these markets are open through October, so be sure to check them out throughout the growing season. By visiting a farmers’ market, you are support a local agribusiness that and uses less resources to make it to your kitchen.

Here’s our list of Cincinnati farmers’ markets including the days and times they are open. If you know of any local markets that aren’t on this list, please let us know and we’ll add them!


EVERYDAY
Columbia Tusculum Farmers’ Market
260 Wilmer Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
7 days a week: M-F: 2-6p; S-S: 9-Noon

Newtown Farmers’ Market
3950 Round Bottom Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
7 days a week: Monday-Saturday: 9am-6pm; Sunday: 10am-6pm

Findlay Market (Farmers’ Market)
1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Tuesday-Friday: 9am–6pm; Sat: 8am-6pm; Sun: 10am-4pm (Closed on Mondays)

Lunken Airport Farmers’ Market
Near Kellogg and Wilmer Avenues. Mon-Fri 9am – 4pm. Sat-Sun.


SUNDAYS
Hyde Park Farmers’ Market
2700 Erie Avenue, Cincinnati, OH – 9:30am – 1:30pm


MONDAYS
Nativity Church Tailgate Market
Pleasant Ridge: 5935 Pandora Avenue, Cincinnati, OH – 3:30pm – 7pm


TUESDAYS
Loveland Farmers’ Market
Downtown Historic Loveland at 205 Broadway St. Loveland, OH – 3pm-7pm

Sayler Park Farmers’ Market
Sayler Park Town Square, 6610 Parkland Avenue, Sayler Park, OH – 4pm-7pm
(May-Oct)

Wyoming Ave. Farmers’ Market
Wyoming and Oak Avenues on the Village Green, Wyoming, OH – 3pm–7pm (May-Oct)

Mt. Carmel Farmers Market
453 Old SR 74 (Sports Page Cafe) – July-Oct – 2pm – 5:30pm

Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square
Downtown Cincinnati at 5th and Vine. 11am-2pm

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale/Cincinnati, OH 45229. 4pm-6pm (June-Oct)

Sayler Park Farmers’ Market
Sayler Park Town Square at 6610 Parkland Ave., Sayler Park, Ohio. 4pm-7pm. (May – October)


WEDNESDAY

Milford Farmers’ Market
1025 Lila Avenue (Route 50), Milford, OH – 2pm–5pm

Farmer’s Market at Summit Park in Blue Ash
4335 Glendale-Milford Road at Summit Park. Blue Ash, OH. (May-Oct)  3:30pm-7pm

Northside Farmers’ Market
4222 Hamilton Ave – North Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, OH. 4pm-7pm
(Year round)

Village Green Farmers Market in Fairfield
Village Green Park at 301 Wessel Drive – 4pm-7pm (Apr- Oct)
(Nov -Apr: Second Wed 5pm-7pm at the Fairfield Community Arts Center Veranda)


THURSDAYS
College Hill Farmers’ Market
5742 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH – 3:pm-6:30pm (May-Oct)

Lebanon Farmers’ Market
W. Main Street and Sycamore Street, Lebanon, OH – 3pm–7pm (mid May – mid Oct)

Madeira Farmers’ Market
7001 Miami Avenue, (corner of Miami and Dawson) Madeira, OH – 3:30pm -7pm (May-Sept)
Winter Hours: Nov-Apr: 3:30pm-6pm at Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church at 8000 Miami Ave.

Springdale Farmers’ Market
South end of Springdale Town Center (11596 Springfield Pike aka Route 4).
11494 Walnut Street, Springdale, Ohio. 3-7pm (June)

Downtown Harrison Farmers’ Market
300 George St., Harrison, Ohio. 4:00 – 7:00 pm


FRIDAYS
Lettuce Eat Well Farmers’ Market
Cheviot Elementary School – 4040 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio. 3:30pm-6:30pm (year round)

Nativity Church Tailgate Market
Pleasant Ridge: 5935 Pandora Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. 3:30pm -7pm

Finneytown Farmers’ Market
703 Compton Road at Northminster Presbyterian Church. Cincinnati, Ohio. (through October 31.) 3:30pm-7pm


SATURDAYS

Clinton County Farmers’ Market
Spring Season: March-MidMay. 69 N South at the Wilmington Municipal Building, Wilmington, Ohio. 9am-12pm.

Summer Season: June-Oct. 8:30am-12pm. Mulberry St in front of the General Denver Hotel, Wilmington, Ohio.

Winter Season: Nov-Dec. 1st and 3rd Saturdays.
69 N South at the Wilmington Municipal Building, Wilmington, OH – 9am-12pm.

Anderson Farmers’ Market
7832 Five Mile Road, Cincinnati, OH – 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Deerfield Farmers’ Market
Kingswood Park at 4188 Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, OH – 9am-12pm. (May-Oct)
Winter Market: Nov-April 10am-11am, 3rd Saturday at Kingswood Park.

Mason Farmers’ Market
6370 Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason, OH at Mason Middle School – 8am-12pm

Montgomery Farmers’ Market
9609 Montgomery Road, Montgomery, OH – 9am – 12:30pm

Milford Farmers’ Market
1025 Lila Avenue (Route 50), Milford, OH – 10am–2:30pm

Oxford Farmers’ Market
Summer Season: May-Sept: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH -8am-12pm
Fall Season: Oct-early Nov: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH -8am-12pm
Winter Season: Dec-Apr: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH -10am-12pm (every 3rd Sat)

West Chester Art & Farmers’ Market
Spring Market: 9282 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, OH – 2pm-4pm (Apr 1/15/29)
Summer Market: 9282 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, OH – 9am- 1:00pm (starts May 20)

Hamilton’s Historic Farmers Market
Outside courthouse at 201 North High Street. 8am -12pm. (May 21-Oct 15)

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale/Cincinnati, OH 45229. 10am-2pm (June-Oct)

2017 Guide to Northern Kentucky Farmers’ Markets

03/22/2017 05:50:55

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There are so many great reasons to live in Northern Kentucky and local farmers’ markets are one of them. Most of these markets are open through October, so be sure to check them out.

Here’s a list of  the Northern Kentucky farmers’ markets with the days and times they are open. If you know of any local markets that aren’t mentioned on this list, please let us know and we’ll add them! 


EVERY DAY
Boone County Farmers Market
6028 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, Kentucky.
7 days a week: 10am-5pm
Summer Hours (Memorial Day – Labor Day): 9am-6pm

The Friendly Market/Farmer’s Pavilion
10050 Norbotten Drive, Florence, Kentucky.
April 1 – October 31
Mon-Fri: 11am-6 pm
Sat-Sun: Hours vary


TUESDAYS
Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. 3pm–6 pm (May-October )


WEDNESDAYS
Fort Thomas Farmers’ Market of Fort Mitchell
90 Alexandria Pike US 27 (outside Fort Thomas Antiques & Design Center)  Ft. Thomas, Kentucky. 3pm–7pm


THURSDAYS
Dixie Farmers’ Market
116 Commonwealth Avenue, Erlanger, Kentucky. 2pm–6pm (May-Late October)


FRIDAYS
Alexandria Farmers’ Market
7634 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, Kentucky. 3pm-6pm (starts in June)


SATURDAYS
Covington Farmers’ Market
Third Street and Court Street, Covington, Kentucky. 9am–1pm (May-October)

DCCH Farmers’ Market of Fort Mitchell
75 Orphanage Road, Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. 10am–2pm (May -October)

Independence Farmers’ Market
5272 Madison Pike (Independence Court House), Independence, Kentucky. 8:30am–1pm

Newport Farmers’ Market
709 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky. 9am-12pm (June 7 – October 25, 2107)

Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike (Highland Heights Senior Citizens Activity Center), Highland Heights, Kentucky. 10am–3pm (April-May)

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SUNDAYS

Highland Heights Farmer’s Market
3054 Alexandria Pike (Highland Heights Senior Citizens Activity Center), Highland Heights, Kentucky. 10am–3 pm (April-May)

Kathy Bryant of Sibcy Cline is Named “Top Sales Associate for 2016” by the Southern Ohio Association of Realtors

03/13/2017 17:03:33

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Kathy Bryant, Executive Sales Vice President with Sibcy Cline’s Anderson office, has been honored as the “Top Sales Associate for 2016” by the Southern Ohio Association of Realtors®.

Says Rob Sibcy, President of Sibcy Cline Realtors, “We are very proud of Kathy and her sales accomplishments. Her clients are always a top priority and it is wonderful to see her hard work has been recognized!”

About Kathy
Kathy has been a real estate professional for 27 years. She has earned numerous sales honors throughout her career locally as well as statewide. She specializes in luxury home sales for eastern Cincinnati. As a service to her clients, Kathy has earned the ASP (Accredited Staging Professional) designation.

Get a Head Start on Spring Cleaning

03/13/2017 09:06:19

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Spring is just around the corner and for many homeowners this is the time of year when they turn their attentions to tidying up around the home as well as their front and back yards. By getting a head start now, while winter weather is still in the air, you can help to free up some time later. This might be especially important for homeowners who are thinking of selling their homes in spring.

During colder months, most people are spending long hours in their homes and while it may be tempting to just binge through a few shows on Netflix, getting off the couch with a mop or scrubbing brush in hand might be a better use of time, according to Dig This Design. While spring cleaning often involves putting away winter clothing like coats, sweaters and boots, there are other aspects of it that can be addressed first.

Stay on top of things
Getting a head start doesn’t require a lot of work, and over the next few weeks it can be wiser to tend to small tasks instead of trying to tackle bigger projects all at once. For instance, setting a simple schedule to, say, clean the bathroom one Saturday then help the kids tidy up their rooms the next week can keep these efforts low-stress but impactful overall. Spreading out the work over a month or more will help keep everyone in the home from grumbling too much about the tasks they might have wanted to put off. There are many great resources from DIY websites to blogs that help with planning a daily, weekly or monthly cleaning schedule that breaks the chores down into smaller, doable pieces.

Areas to focus on
There are a few parts of the home where issues can really build up over the course of a winter, and that might be a good place for homeowners to start their cleaning efforts first, according to U.S. News and World Report. While some homeowners may have the expertise to clean their furnaces successfully, others might simply start by deep cleaning carpets and floors, which can take a beating in the winter when family members track in dirt from the streets.

It may also be a good time to dust and clean windows, because there can be sizable build-ups over the course of the winter that many owners don’t always notice. By starting here, that’s less elbow grease that needs to be applied throughout the home later on.

A big final task here might be cleaning the kitchen, because there are just so many surfaces to deal with, and because the room is so well-trafficked. As such, saving the kitchen for last – and getting everyone to pitch in – can go a long way.

And when all these tasks are completed, it might be just a little easier for homeowners to avoid feeling guilty about wanting to go have a little more fun when the nicer weather arrives.

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