Saxony Market Celebrates Sweet Corn Season with Free Ears of Roasted Corn
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Candi McKinnies-Shreve - Marketing Manager
FISHERS, Ind. – July 23, 2014 – In honor of the sweet corn harvest, Saxony Market, presented by IU Health Saxony Hospital, will be hosting Corn Day Saturday, July 26 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. To celebrate, produce vendors will be selling their fresh and locally grown sweet corn. Attendees to Saxony Market’s Corn Day can enjoy free roasted ears of corn from market vendors Wilsons Farm Market and Schmitt Kids Sweet Corn while supplies last. There will also be live music from one of Indy’s finest local live bands, Stella Luna.
Corn Day also benefits the Clover Kids of Hamilton County. Clover Kids is a local 4-H program for children in kindergarten through third grade. Members and their parents will be in attendance to roast and serve corn. Donations for Clover Kids will be gratefully accepted, but are not required.
“Corn Day is the celebration of sweet corn season. It’s a day where vendors, neighbors, family and friends can gather together and enjoy the sweet corn that our vendors have worked so hard growing all season.” Candi McKinnies-Shreve, Marketing Manager of Saxony Management Company.
Located at 131st and Olio Road in Fishers, Saxony Market will be occurring now and every Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. through September 13, 2014. Vendors interested in participating in Saxony Market for the remainder of the season or for next season please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317.770.1818 for more information.
Saxony Market was nominated on the Indy A-List for “Best Farmers Market”. For more information and voting check out the Indy A-List website here. http://theindyalist.cityvoter.com/saxony-market/biz/615352
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Saxony, utilizing “new urbanism” principles in its design, is a 750-acre development that spans both sides of I-69 and Exit 210 in Hamilton County. At build-out, the $1.5 billion project will include a mix of corporate office, retail, entertainment, civic, multi-family and single family uses, all set within a framework that is home to leading edge companies such as Community Health Network, Helmer Inc., IU Health, Ball State University, STAR Financial Bank, Verus Partners, The Wesleyan Church Foundation, Performance Marketing Group, and leading retailers and an affluent, vibrant workforce. www.saxony-indiana.com