Port Clinton’s Sunday Farmers Market open for business

Jun 30, 2021 | Business | 0 comments

Young entrepreneurs Lillie Fox and Charlotte Orr opened their very first business, selling lemonade at 50 cents a glass and hand made bracelets.

BY PHIL WHEELER

Brooke Stephenson hands a loaf of bread to a customer at the Sloopy’s Stand.

Port Clinton held its ‘first of the season’ Farmers Market on Sunday, and local businesses had their first opportunity to celebrate summer on Madison Steet.

Sloopy’s Pizza’s 200 fresh loaves of bread sold out within the first two hours, and young entrepreneurs Lillie Fox and Charlotte Orr set up a lemonade shop on a street corner.

Once Upon a Time Confections, Busy B’s Cookies and Catawba Juice all ran out of goods before the end of the day. As the summer months continue, officials expect the produce from local farmers and the number of stands will grow, as well as and people flocking to downtown Port Clinton. The market will now be held every other Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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