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Doyle Valley Farmers Market

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Event# 620-983-2174

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Operates every Saturday from 8 to Noon. - The season operates from Memorial Day through September and may extend into October, weather permitting. News Flash!! Many vegetables are available for purchase each Saturday morning.

Doyle Valley Farmers Market

Address : 100 S. Walnut St. in Santa Fe Park. Peabody KS
Phone : 620-983-2174   (Always call and confirm events.)

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