Seymour Area Farmers Market profile: The Cleghorns

The Seymour Area Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in the Walnut Street Parking Lot located south of the railroad tracks near the Jackson County Public Library in Seymour.

The market also is open from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesdays.

Here’s a look at one of the vendors and their products.

The Cleghorns

Names of people who sell at market: Pam Cleghorn, my daughter, Kelsey, and sometimes my two sons help, Nathan and Justin.

Residence: Campbellsburg

Items you sell: Cinnamon rolls, granola, breads, cookies, produce, hand-crafted items, market tote bags, knitted dish cloths and hair scrunchies.

Is this a business or a hobby?

We do the farmers market as a hobby.

What’s your favorite thing about selling at the farmers market?

It is, of course, the personal level. Being able to offer the straight-from-the-garden produce or fresh baked goods for those who can’t grow gardens or bake like they want to, but they still want that home-baked bread or the freshly picked produce. It’s a satisfying feeling knowing you’re meeting that need.

What are your favorite items you sell?

Our cinnamon rolls and granola are definitely our biggest sellers.

What other vendors’ products do you enjoy?

Honey, floral bouquets, hanging baskets and produce.

Why should people shop at the farmers market?

There is something for everyone. In-season produce, meat, eggs, jams, jellies, plants, flowers, honey, baked goods, woodworking, crafts, they’re all handmade/grown items. You can meet the people whot grew or made what you’re buying, and you’re supporting the people in your community.