Visit the Fredonia Farmers' Market this Saturday for a free container gardening demonstration and a free performance by Devil's Half Acre. Both events will begin at 10:30 a.m. in separate areas of the market.
Gary Patterson of Garden Gate Greenhouse in Perrysburg will discuss simple ways to create and maintain potted plants. Thanks to his many years of horticulture experience, Patterson will give new gardeners a solid foundation to grow plants successfully and offer useful tips to veteran gardeners. Following the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to purchase materials and assemble their own container gardens to take home.
Devil's Half Acre is a group of friends who began playing together three years ago. Original songs were written primarily by Judy Outlaw, the group's lead singer and rhythm guitar player.
Chris Outlaw and Steve Taylor round out the sound on slide and lead guitars, respectively, and Sarah Sorci contributes backup vocals. The Devil's Half Acre sound is a rock-folk-rootsy-bluegrass-psychedelic blend that is sure to enhance the farmers' market experience.
Vendors at the Fredonia Farmers' Market sell fresh produce, humanely raised meats, honey, maple products, free range eggs, goat milk products, bread, baked goods, fresh flowers, knit wear, beach glass jewelry, candles and more. SNAP benefits accepted for approved food items. The market is held Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Church Street. Events are posted weekly on the Fredonia Farmers' Market's Facebook page.
WHAT: Gardening demonstration and Devil's Half Acre performance.
WHERE: Fredonia Farmer's Market, Barker Common.
WHEN 10:30 a.m. Saturday.