Seven Hills Farmers Market Continues Its Success
The 2021 Seven Hills Farmers Market, sponsored by Taleris Credit Union, Inc. Vince Hrobat Insurance Agency, Inc. and United Healthcare, will open for its seventh season on Thursday, July 1st, 4:00 – 7:00 PM. A weekly open-air market featuring local farmers and artisans who offer fresh produce, food items and products, the Market is located at 7221 Broadview Road, Seven Hills, Ohio (adjacent to Fire Station #1).
2020 tested us all, and with the support of many, the Seven Hills Farmers Market was able to adapt, creatively finding ways to serve their residents, vendors, and customers. With Gov. Mike DeWine amending the state's mask order to match the CDC guidelines that ends the face-covering requirement for fully vaccinated people to be lifted in full on June 2, along with most remaining COVID-19 health orders, the Market will return to its previous “no-yellow-caution-tape” look.
The Market will continue their Thursday food truck tradition with the following: July 1–Barrio Tacos, July 8-Slymans Tavern, July 15-Cedar Grill, July 22-Flamingo Jack’s, July 29-Southern Thangs, August 5-Cheezylicious, August 12-Hatfield’s Goode Grub, August 19-Barrio Tacos, August 26-Off the GRIDdle, September 2-Cheezylicious, September 9-Slyman’s Tavern, September 16-Smash Time, September 23-Flamingo Jack’s, September 30-Barrio Tacos.
Excited about the coming market season and the opportunities it will bring, the Seven Hills Farmers Market personnel are sincere about providing access to fresh local food and the part it plays in growing healthy communities. By shopping at the Seven Hills Farmers Market, local residents and neighbors are directly helping over 20 local businesses (no middleman!) keeping buying power close to home, which benefits the Northeast Ohio economy. As a result of their loyalty, many of the vendors in the seven-year history of the Seven Hills Farmers Market have been able to expand their businesses into additional markets, grocery stores, restaurants and even storefronts.
As Northeast Ohio produce ripens, each month offers something new. In July look for local lettuce, strawberries, raspberries, cherries, broccoli, tomatoes, peppers and herbs. August brings beets, sweet corn, green beans, peaches, blueberries, cantaloupe, melons, zucchini, garlic, and onions. September showcases apples, blackberries, grapes, potatoes, squash, pumpkins and more.
The Seven Hills Farmers Market is grateful their sponsors; Taleris Credit Union, Inc. Vince Hrobat Insurance Agency, Inc. and United Healthcare, who provide the funds for advertising and upgrades.
City of Seven Hills