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Tosa Farmers Market Kick-Off Sept. 26

Sept. 26, 2009

Remember to stop by the The Village this Saturday, September 26 to buy fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, honey, and other products at the special one-day Tosa Farmers Market "Kick-Off,"from 8 a.m. to Noon behind the newly refurbished Little Red Store. The market will also feature chair massages and live entertainment, including a 10 a.m. story time with Molly DelVecchio and Nancy Clarkin of ‘Tuesdays at Ten’ and ‘Happy Hour!’, cooking demonstrations, and performances by Tosa East students “Dylan and His Jazz Ensemble” as well as the "Music Makers, Strolling Strings of Wisconsin.”


The Tosa Farmers Market is sponsored in part by Outpost Natural Foods and was organized by a collective of local volunteers. To learn more about the TFM, contact Maureen Millmann at If you would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact Karen McNeely at To make a financial donation, send checks payable to the Tosa Farmers Market to Tosa Farmers Market / Attn: TFM Treasurer / 7937 Jackson Park Blvd. / Wauwatosa / 53213.


See you at the market!


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