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Cbus suburb to gain weekly farmers market with live entertainment, fire pits, a dog park, & pickleball courts

Cbus suburb to gain weekly farmers market with live entertainment, fire pits, a dog park, & pickleball courts

Sav McKee

You’ve probably been to the Clintonville Farmers Market and Bexley Farmers Market, but entirely new one is opening in a West side Columbus suburb for the first time.

Starting on August 17, The Little Grand Market Farmers Market will be making its debut in Grandview, showcasing local producers and food artisans on a weekly basis. 

This concept will be located on the grounds of The Little Grand Market, Columbus’ highly anticipated food hall opening this August on the North side of Dublin Road, East of Grandview Avenue. The Market will be held every Saturday from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.

“The Little Grand Market was created to be a social and vibrant community hub,” said Thrive Companies’ senior vice president of brand experience, Co Ingersoll, in a press release. “We welcome local farmers and producers to come together to share their high-quality, homegrown and homemade goods with our community.”

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This Market will be unlike any other in central Ohio, surrounded by a beautiful 3-acre park with outdoor seating, a stage with live entertainment, fire pits, a dog park and a pickleball court. It’ll be your new destination to stock up on groceries and supplies, and you can sip & stroll with a cocktail from the The Little Grand bar on premise, or a coffee from Bada Bean Bada Booze there, too. 

Interested produce, dairy, meat, honey and artisan producers who want to come together to share their high-quality, homegrown and homemade goods with our community should email [email protected]. The vendor fees will be waived for the first market.

“Our goal is to not only give back to the community but also give back to vendors who are so important to fostering that sense of community by bringing us together. The Little Grand Farmers’ Market vendors will make setup as easy as possible,” said Ingersoll. “Whether you cultivate fresh fruits and vegetables, create delicious baked goods, make unique handcrafts or produce farm-fresh dairy and meats, we want you to be part of The Little Grand Farmers’ Market.”

Additional information and exclusive updates on The Little Grand Market and The Little Grand Farmers’ Market are available by signing up to become a Little Grand Market VIP at www.thelittlegrandmarket.com and @thelittlegrandmarket on Instagram.

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