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New West Ridge Mall owners welcome indoor farmers market

West Ridge Mall will now feature an indoor farmers market, beginning December 2nd.

Mary Tyler with Breadbasket Farmers Market says the new mall owners contacted the farmers market and asked if they would consider moving inside the mall by the south escalator.indoor farmers market

There will be free giveaways each week, including FREE mini loaves of bread December 2nd while supplies last.

The market regularly features locally grown produce, meat, farm fresh eggs, homemade crafts and other products, including Christmas gift items.

Annie G’s is one vendor who has announced that they will have their cinnamon and sweet rolls, cookies and candy, and hot cocoa bombs among their offerings at the farmers market.

The indoor market will be open 10 AM to 3 PM the first four Saturdays in December, then once in January, once in February and twice in March. The outdoor market will reopen April 6th, 2024.

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Breadbasket Farmers Market regularly makes donations, including to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) and Topeka Rescue Mission Ministries.

For more information or to become a vendor of Breadbasket Farmers Market inside West Ridge Mall, call 785-438-8850, or visit breadbasketfarmersmarket.com.

–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice

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