Water Valley

Published on July 8th, 2021 | by TLV News


Water Valley Main Street Association’s Magnolia Square Farmers Market Presents “A Salute to First Responders”

Water Valley, Miss. – The Magnolia Square Farmers Market will take place Saturday, July 10, 2021, from 8 am – noon. The July market features a “Salute to our First Responders.” 

The Magnolia Square Farmers Market, located on Main Street under the huge magnolias, will include fire trucks, ambulance, and police vehicles. There will be a photo op for children and free popcorn and cotton candy provided by the Yalobusha Sheriff’s Department. A special fundraiser for Captain Spring Crenshaw will involve signing the hood of her police car. 

In addition, the Steve Franklin Memorial Car Show will showcase antique cars and trucks. There will be live musical performances by Joe Gurner, Jeff Callaway, Gail Herrera, and Ava Noe

The Market is teaming with the Water Valley Arts Council to have a kids “Creation Station” booth. This month features creating papier mache watermelons which will be displayed during the annual Watermelon Carnival.  Plus, over fifty vendors will showcase their produce, arts, and crafts.  

Thanks to our wonderful Garden Grower sponsors, Fetcht Delivery, NextHome Choice Real Estate, The Simmons House Historic Venue and Inn, and Turnage Drug Store. Admission is FREE.

“This month the market will expand into both parking lots behind City Hall. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday,” says Cinnamon Foster, Market Manager.

Water Valley Main Street Association was formed in 2007 with the purpose of promoting Water Valley District as the focus of a community where history is preserved, businesses thrive, and citizens and visitors dine, shop, live, and enjoy the arts and entertainment. The Magnolia Square Farmers Market is a result of this vision.

 Jennifer McMinn and her daughter Sarah at June’s Magnolia Square Farmer’s Market.

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The Local Voice is a bimonthly entertainment guide and newspaper based in Oxford, Mississippi, covering and distributed in North Central Mississippi, including Oxford, Ole Miss, Taylor, Abbeville, Water Valley, Lafayette County, Yalobusha County, and parts of Panola County, Marshall County, and Tupelo . The Local Voice is distributed free to over 255 locations in North Mississippi and also available as a full color PDF download worldwide on the internet.

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