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A double loss

Fire guts fairgrounds rabbit barn, farmers market site

April 30, 2013

A smoking frame and hunks of charred aluminum siding were all that was left of the former home of the River City Farmers Market Monday after an early morning fire ravaged the Washington County......

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May-02-13 7:21 PM


Sounds like? If you had ever visited the market you would see that farmers DO sell their produce, meats, cheese, etc. Crafts items are a bonus

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May-01-13 10:21 AM

Sorry for the loss that all the vendors experienced. Under the grandstand sounds like a good idea. Since the same rent can't be charged this impacts the Fair Board as well.

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Apr-30-13 5:59 PM

Beright...I sold candles and knitted items....and I love the market and all that come down

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Apr-30-13 5:35 PM

There is not enought parking at the armory. Not to mention the vendors trucks that many of them pull up and open their tailgates and set up pop up canopies. It would not work for the full market that you typically see on a Saturday.

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Apr-30-13 5:07 PM

Someone spends way to much time logging in and out just to hit the agree and disagree button!

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Apr-30-13 4:17 PM

RiverRat: the produce vendors are outside. No reason the other vendors can't be outside also. This whole thing used to be under a bridge. the back parking lot behind the Amory is perfect.

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Apr-30-13 3:48 PM

This sounds more like a flea market then a farmers market. A farmers market is where farmers bring their produce to sell, not nick nacks and craft items.

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Apr-30-13 2:53 PM

WildsKitKat: Bummer. Just want to let you know that we go down to the market all the time and the best part of the whole deal is just talking to you vendors.Great Folks! (we always buy something from someone. I hope we had spent money with you)

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Apr-30-13 1:31 PM

I'm a vendor at the market and did have ins...but found out it was for my home didn't cover my stuff at the market.. so im out over $2000.00, but I will start over.

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Apr-30-13 12:32 PM

I am sure the farmers market will bounce back quickly.

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Apr-30-13 10:11 AM

Because the Armory is not open yet.

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Apr-30-13 9:28 AM

What a Shame.

Great idea Joshbrown!!

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Apr-30-13 9:20 AM

Why don't have the market at the Armory ?

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Apr-30-13 8:19 AM

I do feel sorry for the vendors who lost their stuff, but any sound business-person would either insure the stuff or know the risk of keeping it in a place you do not own.

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