The wind is starting to pick up and get cooler. Look up and you will see the trees start to change color. Fall is here and with it comes an arrangement of fall goodies! You may be anxious about where to find these treats, but not the anxiety. Whitewater supports you with its weekly farmer’s market! Every Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., you’ll see upbeat vendors ready and waiting to deliver some of Whitewater’s freshest produce.
If you’ve got your mouth watering for crispy apple crisps, or you’re parched and only crave apple cider, you’re in luck, because one stand in particular has an apple stand for it. you.
“I’ve been around, well, ever since they launched the market, I guess. There isn’t one thing on the market that I don’t like. The vendors, the food, the people, the customers who make an effort to go out. It makes fall so interesting and so beautiful because everyone has something unique that they bring with their own skills and that is something that mother nature brings, ”said Tarisa Quednow, apple seller. “We make our apple cider in a factory and it is UV light treated. We grow 95 varieties of apples. Most of them are heirloom varieties, we have Honeycrisp, Zeststar and also pears. In the summer we will have our peaches and cherries. Right now we’re making our fall selection full of apples.
Apples aren’t the only gift from nature crossing our lips this fall, because the pumpkins are here and ready to be cut! Whether they’re used for Jack-o-Lanterns or pumpkin pies is everyone’s business, but one thing’s for sure, you don’t have to go far to get them. to find.
“I’ve been here for 15 years selling my pumpkins. I have regulars who often come to pick up my products and I know almost all the sellers here. I have pie pumpkins here, which you can use to make a homemade pie. I have a variety of pumpkins, blue jarrah dale, Cinderella, one too many skulls and white pumpkins. I also have squash, squash and Indian corn. The said salesman, Stephanie White.
The Whitewater Farmers Market is a staple for the community, but also attracts people from the outside to enjoy the lively atmosphere.
“I like to visit farmers’ markets as often as possible. I really don’t know anything about them, so I usually don’t know where they are. When I drive, I drop everything to go see one. This is only the second time I have come to Whitewater as I am visiting my friend. She thought there was one today so we were driving and when we saw it we thought we would pass. We picked up two gourds. I thought it was a little pumpkin but it’s actually a gourd. Said satisfied customer, Nahian Saeed.
Products aren’t the only goodies you can find at the farmer’s market. There are also fall scent soaps, a baby Yoda holding pumpkin figures, and beautifully arranged flowers full of orange, yellow, and red.
“In general, I have been going to farmers’ markets for about 20 years. I have only been to this market a few times. I came this year as a new experience for me by selling the flowers. I used to sell vegetables and the like, but this year is new with flowers. Their theme is mostly lots of colors with zinnias and an autumn element with sunflowers. The flower seller, Mary Ann Mundt.
Yes, fall is the perfect season to go and participate in the purchase of reasonably priced products that are sure to ignite your tongue with flavor. Remember that a pumpkin a day keeps goblins away!