Glasgow, Kentucky

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SUMMER 2022 CALENDAR
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 Saturdays 8 a.m. -12 p.m.

at the

Barren County Courthouse Lawn

Courthouse Sq. 

Glasgow, Kentucky 42141

(unless otherwise indicated - we will make adjustments as necessary for COVID 19)   

May 7, 2022                       Aug. 13, 2022

May 14, 2022                      Aug. 20, 2022

May 21, 2022                      Aug. 27, 2022

May 28, 2022                      Sep. 3, 2022

Jun. 4, 2022                       Sep. 10, 2022

Jun. 11, 2022*                      Sep. 17, 2022

Jun. 18, 2022                      Sep. 24, 2022

Jun. 25, 2022                      Oct. 1, 2022

Jul. 2, 2022                         Oct. 8, 2022*

Jul.9, 2022                          Oct. 15, 2022

Jul. 16, 2022                        Oct. 22, 2022

Jul. 23, 2022                       Oct. 29, 2022

Jul. 30, 2022                      

Aug. 6, 2022

 2022-2023 WINTER MARKET DETAILS 
*Other events are happening on the square, the market will be in the public parking lot on the West side of the square
** Location and the way the market operates is subject to change based on COVID 19 guidelines and other community events scheduled on the square**

Winter Market Hours 2022/23

1st and 3rd Saturday November–April

8 a.m. - 12PM @ the Barren Co Ag Extension Agency 

WHAT'S NEW: 
Join us for The Local Hog Roast Purchase Tickets HERE
Discussions are underway for a Permanent Location for the BOTB Farmers Market! Click HERE for more. 

ABOUT THE FARMERS MARKET

The Bounty of the Barrens (BOTB) is a local, producer-only farmers market supported by Sustainable Glasgow. We offer a variety of produce, meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods and other local food and handcrafted items from Barren and surrounding counties. 

 

At the BOTB, you can meet local farmers & growers and learn how your food is produced. Buying local is a great way to build the local economy, buy healthy foods and connect with your neighbors. 

 

Together, we are creating a community of educated consumers who understand the health, economic and environmental benefits of supporting local farms & producers.