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Talihina Farmers' Market continues to grow

August 18, 2011

This home was built in 1922. The owner donated the property to the Talihina Farmers’ Market with a blessing for success. This property will insure the market their sales will not be confused with other merchants’ selling after the Talihina Farmers’ Market closes. The market is 100 percent Oklahoma grown and promotes the Made in Oklahoma program.

The Talihina Farmers' Market has
moved to a new home at 400 Second St.
on the corner of Foster and Second Streets
in Talihina.
The property has a house on it at the
present time but the market members are
working to tear it down.
There is an ongoing garage sale at the
location on Fridays and Saturdays.
Members of the market are busy pulling
treasures out of the buildings.
The large home structure and the small
craft building in the back yard, which is
Foster Street, are full of interesting
items.
The sales will continue until the buildings
are gone with a big sale on Labor
Day Weekend according to a press release
issued by the market.

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