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Boscobel Farmers Market plans special events this Saturday
New signs show the way
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The Boscobel Farmers Market is in full swing following its opening in May at the Depot Park in Boscobel. Market Manager Austin Wunnicke and fellow BHS student Alex Karsten (not pictured) designed the new signs that are marking the permanent location of the market on each side of the Depot Park. The students used the Boscobel High School CNC machine with the guidance of the Technology Education Teacher John Moran to complete the signs. The market will run each Saturday at the Depot Park from 8 a.m.-noon until October 15th.

BOSCOBEL - The 2016 Boscobel Farmer’s Market is off to a great start.  Twelve vendors were present last Saturday, June 18, with a wide variety of products.  Available for customers were everything from meat and eggs to leather, wood, and soap products.  Strawberries, onions, and radishes  have been available for the last few weeks, and now peas and beans as well.  Several types of greens, from a few vendors, have made salad making a cinch.

This Saturday, June 25th, will be a very busy one at the market.  Queen Bee radio, out of Platteville, will be on site all morning, with promotional and giveaway items.  “Living History” will be the theme, with a demonstration hosted by David and Barbara Thyren of Boscobel.  Visitors will learn about how the war impacted the soldier, his family, and the roles they played as Union supporters during the Civil War.  The GAR will also have volunteers on site.

For the complete article, please see the June 23, 2016 issue of the Boscobel Dial.