Homegrown deliciousness

John DeWitt's peppers tempted fellow vendor Christine Seay into buying some to take home. He and his wife Sue have the DeWitt Vegetable Garden where they grow a large variety of vegetables.


Tomatoes, peppers, raw honey and baked goods.

These are some of the drawing cards for one of Lebanon’s few seasonal businesses.

The Lebanon Farmers Market makes Wednesdays and Saturdays two days to look forward to for produce lovers.

These are the days vendors set up their stands from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the parking lot on Jefferson Street in Lebanon just across the railroad tracks near the intersection of Commercial Street and Jefferson Avenue. Kate Bolden has been the manager of the Lebanon Farmers Market since 2010. She commented on the year so far.

“It was a little slow in the beginning because we lost our major produce vendor, but then we found new vendors, and it’s been good,” Bolden said. The products at the farmers market are not limited to produce. Bolden allows a few crafts people to sell their items there.

“We try to have a variety of things,” she said.

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