Hosts winter farmers market in downtown Marshfield
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD — Almost one year ago, Main Street Marshfield’s pop up shop first opened its door. One year later, one of the original pop up shop businesses is opening up that same door at 401 S. Central Ave. as Gary Burich’s vision is becoming a reality. After many meetings and long discussions, Burich, owner of Burich Bunch Bakery, has decided to open up a winter farmers market in Marshfield’s downtown.
The Homesteader’s Pantry will officially open Nov. 12 at 8 a.m. Customers can expect to find baked goods, meats, dairy, produce, honey, maple syrup, eggs, coffee, trout, and more. All products are raised, produced, or processed fresh in the local community.
“Gary has such a great vision for his indoor farmers market. I am excited for him to open up shop and see what it leads to in the future,” stated Main Street Marshfield Executive Director Angie Eloranta.
Many people encouraged Burich during his pop up shop stint to open his own business in the downtown.
“Now that we have this great market opening up in Marshfield, it’s our responsibility as residents to make sure it continues. Local support is crucial for our small downtown businesses,” Eloranta said.
The Homesteader’s Pantry will be open Saturdays from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. and Wednesdays from noon – 6 p.m.