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January Farmers Market

Hello fellow farmers markets fans! We are gearing up for tomorrow’s January Petitti’s Farmers Market and it looks like the sun will be shining so those greenhouses should be nice and comfortable for shopping. Instead of listing everyone from last month, please look at the blog post following December’s Farmers Market. Everyone besides Gifts by Pearl will be back with us this month! I will list our new additions however;

The Aultman WOW Van will be here! Providing “free, noninvasive health screenings including blood pressure checks, height, weight and Body Mass Index/percentage of body fat”, our friends at Aultman also encourage healthy eating by proving a FREE piece of produce with each health screening!

The Hide-A-Way Buffalo Grill will be offering hot food to enjoy while shopping

Ben will be providing Cutco demonstrations and selling the knives

A gentleman will be selling homemade BBQ sauces. He is a friend of Pap Pap Joe and we all know how delicious his chips are, so I’m sure the sauces will be great as well

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Offering everything from organic produce, free range eggs, local honey and organic pet treats the Petitti’s Farmers Market has a little something for everyone. A stroll through the warm, humid greenhouses is great for your health in this cold, dry weather so whether you just want to look, eat or shop we’d love to see you tomorrow, January 19 from 9-12 at Anthony Petitti Garden Center & Floral Shoppe at 5828 Columbus Rd Louisville, Ohio 44641. If you haven’t already, please ‘like’ our Facebook page to stay up to date on products, classes, farmers markets and special Facebook offers: https://www.facebook.com/AnthonyPetittiGardenCenter

Ask for Cindy or Maranda and tell us what you thought of the blog post or our social media efforts for a FREE prize!

 

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December Farmers Market

 

 

One of our cutest patrons enjoying some of our organic tomatoes!

It may not be Thanksgiving season, but the theme of today is Thank you Thank you Thank you! We had an even better turn-out at this months farmers market than last month, more venders and patrons! First and foremost, our thanks are extended to our venders, without them there would be no farmers market. We also want to thank all our patrons for coming out from near and far. We at Petittis and all our venders are local small businesses and every penny earned is appreciated. Our final thanks are to Greener Grass Organic Lawn Care for the reusable bags they donated and Bellflower Communications for their work on our marketing and social media. Thanks in advance for the ‘like’ on our facebook page too: https://www.facebook.com/AnthonyPetittiGardenCenter! Enjoy learning about our venders and the pictures!

KT Eggs- Dover, Ohio Fresh brown eggs, free range chickens, all natural feed, NO hormones, additives or animal byproducts

 

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Jeff and Sheila’s Apiary- Minerva, Ohio Lip balm, soap, candles, honey, etc

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Paw Pleasers– Canton, Ohio un-certified organic dog treats

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The ‘Veccitable’ Farm- Alliance, Ohio Un-certified organic produce

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Blackbird Meadows Farm- Alliance, Ohio Un-certified organic produce and sweets

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Gift Sets by Pearl- Louisville, Ohio

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Sack’s Snacks- Waynesburg, Ohio Various sweets

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Fichter Farm Produce– Minerva, Ohio Un-certified organic produce

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Chef Robert Monter- Louisville, Ohio Baked goods

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Pheasant View Dairy Goats– Hartville, Ohio Goat Fudge, shampoos, lotion, soaps

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Creekview Ridge Farm– North Canton & Minerva, Ohio Un-certified organic produce

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Pap Pap Joe’s– Dennison, Ohio Gluten free chips

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Frank Personal Development– Louisville, Ohio Alternative health practitioner

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Kim’s Kitchen Organic & Healthy Treats- Louisville, Ohio

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The Leaf Lady- Canton, Ohio

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Linda’s Sweet Confections– Bellville, Ohio All Natural & Organic

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The Vintage Vessel Candle Company– Canton, Ohio Hand poured candles

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Petitti’s Winter Farmers Market

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We have huge news! Love the summer, Canton farmers market and miss it terribly as much as we do when every winter roles around?! Well fear not, Anthony Petitti Garden Center and Floral Shoppe will be hosting the Petitti’s Winter Farmers market every 3rd Saturday of the month through the winter. The first will be this Saturday, November 17th from 9am-12pm. The address of the green house is 5828 Columbus Rd Louisville, Ohio 44641. Ohio has some nice farmers markets, head south to Athens County for unique and “glocal” finds or north to Shaker Heights for hip organics. Canton locals are hoping for the same year-round success.

Venders include Troyers Home Pantry from Apple Creek, Fitchter Organic Farms offering organic produce and herbs, Pheasant View Dairy Goats offering goat milk skin care line, fudge and cheese, TK Eggs offering free range eggs, Kim’s Kitchen offering organic baked goods, Daylene Chocolates, Pearls Gifts offering handmade coffee cups gifts, PaPa Joes gluten free chips, and more are welcome! Please contact Cindy Saling-Petitti at 330-455-5997 or cindypetitti@gmail.com for more information on becoming a vendor.

Petittis offers a wide variety of organic lawn and home care products, annuals, perennials, mulch, compost, garden/lawn tools and lawn ornaments. In recent years we have opened the coffee shop with various specialty coffees, teas and light snacks. Our newest addition has been the floral shop. Just named Top 3 in The Canton Repository 2012 Reader’s Choice Favorite for Stark County Florist and offering fresh cut flowers, corsages, and boutonniere it is safe to say Petittis now has something for everyone.

Anyone who knows Cindy knows that she loves being warm and can be known to wander the greenhouses enjoying the warmth during the winter. Now you can do the same, escaping the cooling temperatures and supporting local farmers and entrepreneurs at the same time.

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