By Tammy Moore Teague
The City of Hackett held its first ever Farmers Market last weekend. Organizer Jordan Clark hopes that the new venture will grow and also encourage citizens to buy local.
The market is set up at 406 North Main Street in Hackett and is slated for each Saturday through October 27. Setup times are from 7 a.m. until noon and the cost is $25 for the season. If someone wishes to try out the market without having to pay for the entire season they can do that for a $10 fee. Vendors must pickup and fill out an application, which are available onsite.
The only requirement to be able to sell at the market is that all items must be locally grown or made within 60 miles of Hackett. If you have any questions regarding the Farmers Market, you may contact Clark at 479-739-7515.