We won't be setting up the WINTER BOTBM until further notice. We are working with our board, market committee and vendors to decide the best plan to move forward during this uncertain time. However we have several vendors who have products available and are willing to deliver them or you can pick them up at their farm. Please see the Vendors tab for more information. Most of our vendors are on Facebook. If there is a vendor you would like to contact not listed, please feel free to message us and we will get their information to you.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SMALL FAMILY FARMERS AND PRODUCERS DURING THIS TIME.
If there is any way in which we can help you do so, please let us know.
SUMMER 2020 CALENDAR
Saturdays 8 a.m. - Noon on the Glasgow Public Square
(unless otherwise indicated - must move occasionally due to events on the Square)
May 2, 2020- Back to the Square Kickoff Aug. 8, 2020
May 9,2020 Aug. 15, 2020
May 16, 2020 Aug. 22, 2020
May 23, 2020 Aug. 29, 2020
May 30, 2020 Sep. 5, 2020
Jun. 6, 2020 Sep. 12,2020
Jun. 13, 2020**Car Show Sep. 19, 2020
Jun. 20, 2020 Sep.26,2020**BP&W Arts and Crafts Show
Jun. 27, 2020 Oct. 3, 2020
Jul.4, 2020 Oct. 10, 2020**Car Show
Jul. 11, 2020 Oct. 17, 2020
Jul. 18, 2020 Oct. 24, 2020
Jul.25,2020 Oct. 31, 2020
Aug. 1, 2020
** When location changes due to events on the square, the market takes place in the public parking lot west of the square.
SUMMER & WINTER DETAILS
Summer Market Hours 2020*
Every Saturday, May-October
8 a.m. - Noon on the Glasgow Public Square
*Occasionally the market has to move due to activities on the Glasgow Square.
Winter Market Hours 2020/21*
1st and 3rd Saturday November–April
8 a.m. - Noon @ the Barren Co Ag Extension Agency
*The market has an alternative schedule and location during the winter market.
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.