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September Brings New Assortment of Local Produce into Season at the Sugar Grove French Market

As summer winds down, a slew of garden-fresh produce comes into season.

As summer winds down, a slew of garden-fresh produce comes into season. Radicchio, plums, winter squash and turnips are some vegetables that are harvested fresh in September. Other end of summer crops includes apples, Asian pears, and peaches. The Sugar Grove French Market (Village Hall, 10 S. Municipal.) provides consumers a convenient choice to buy the season’s ripest produce in their Saturday market.

The Sugar Grove French Market showcases the locally crafted goods from its nearby communities. Artisan cheese, seasonal flowers and exceptional artwork are some of the unique offers of the market. Open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October 6, the market is always free and open to the public.

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