‘All aboard the Bluebird Express’ for an arts and harvest train ride into 2010. We have so much exciting news coming to you this week and into spring! Let’s start 2010 together at the very beginning…a very good place to start!
Since last summer on June 6, 2009, Bluebird Market has been growing each and every Saturday from 8 am until noon. Join us this Saturday, January 2nd, 2010 as we celebrate ‘All the Best’ Local Flavors at the former Thomaston Train Depot!
This location is rich in local and Georgia heritage and we are so honored and fortunate to bring Bluebird growers, artisans and bakers into this historic and fun venue.
Bring your old-fashioned hand carved train whistles to celebrate a new chapter for Bluebird Market with local fun, friends and foods.
For those of you who don’t know the Train Depot has benefited from recent renovations by Andy York of Ponderosa Steakhouse which is open on Thurs., Fri., and Saturday evenings currently. In former years, the Depot also housed Akins Feed and Seed.
Come and set up in the parking lot and front porch with Georgia Made Georgia Grown products! The cost remains the same as always…no charge to set up and only $5.00 AFTER you sell over $20.00 of products. The former downtown depot will be open for Bluebird Market inside but if Saturday is as beautiful, bright and sunny like today, you will want to be outside at 218 North Center Street, in Thomaston, meeting and greeting all the friends and shoppers that pass by on this central street of our downtown business community. This part of downtown Thomaston formerly had a farmers market venue across the street in the United Bank parking lot and we love the convenience a local market in this neighborhood will again bring to loyal patrons.
It is an honor for us to experience and be embraced with growth in our community. The market has brought over 50 warm and friendly artisans, bakers, growers, culinary experts, and hundreds of area patrons who come out each week for fresh and local arts and harvest.
Join us at the Historic Downtown Train Depot this Saturday, January 2nd, 2010 and please stop by Cook’s Market and tell Andy York thank you for his work to preserve this lovely part of our local culture.
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