The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills, City of Plymouth and Farmers Market Association Present the Annual Plymouth Farmers Market
Spend a Pleasant Summer Evening in the Park in Plymouth
The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills is once again sponsoring the Plymouth Farmers Market, held every Thursday, 4 pm to 7:00 pm, from August 4th through September 27th, on the shady grass of McGee Park on historic Main Street in Plymouth. Fresh produce is a big draw at the weekly market as well as fresh baked goodies and breads, olive oil, candy, crafts, lavender, soaps, jewelry and so much more.
The Plymouth Farmers Market is a well-known gathering place to not only purchase fresh produce, but to enjoy live music while having a glass of wine and small plate dinner — all in a grassy shaded park. We have a terrific line-up of wineries who will be pouring again this year, including: Helwig Winery, Le Mulet Rouge, Karmere, Andis Wines, Sobon Wine Company, Deaver Vineyards, Turley Wine Cellars, Vino Noceto and Prospect Cellars. Our food vendors will keep us full and happy; here’s who will be here this year: Billy Bones BBQ, Beth Sogaard Catering, Rustic Oven Wood Fired Pizzas, In Cahoots BBQ, Taste Restaurant and Prospect Cellars. Music is always a highlight of the evening and you will find some of the same talent from last year’s roster coming back for a repeat performance this year.
A Place to Bring the Whole Family
Waiting for you at McGee Park, across the street from Plymouth’s City Hall on Main Street, are picnic tables with table cloths and grassy areas for your picnic blanket. The park also offers a fenced playground for those younger and still able to climb up and down play structures. You can watch your kids play while enjoying the community feeling the event offers. This is a great way to meet your community and find out just how friendly and fun we are.
New Vendors Welcome
If you’d like to sell your products at the Plymouth Farmers Market, we urge you to give us a call. Organic produce vendors must be certified first (a simple process); then just show up and choose a location for your table. Again this year, local non-profit organizations are invited to present their information at the market at no charge to their group. Call the number above to schedule a table, or just show up well before 4 pm with your product to sell and we’ll find a spot for you. It’s $15 a spot, and no actual booth or chairs are provided. You must bring everything you need to sell your product. First come, first served as to space on the lawn.
The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills
In our 9th year as a service club here in Amador County, we are local business and community professionals, friends, and neighbors joined under the philosophy of Rotary International who provide leadership for doing good in the community and the world. Internationally, we are very close to eradicating Polio, and locally, in addition to community improvement projects, we support our youth with scholarships and leadership programs, dictionary distribution and reading programs. Additionally, we support our schools with youth service clubs and youth exchange programs, and sponsor the high school Interact Clubs and the college-age Rotaract Club in Amador County.
If you are interested in giving back to humanity, along with experiencing lasting fellowship, there is a Rotary club for you. Ask any Rotarian you meet for more information. We meet weekly at the Far Horizons 49er Village RV Resort for a breakfast meeting starting at 7:15 am. And, every third Tuesday of the month we have a member-hosted evening pot-luck as our meeting. All our meetings and speakers are listed at our web page at www.pfrotary.org.