Customer Appreciation Day!

August 8th is our customer appreciation day! Which means lots of prizes, good fresh food, and many different guests! We use this day to celebrate our customers! Come celebrate with us! 

We offer any open spots to groups and organizations to give away prizes and information. (please call before hand so we can get things set up.) Unfortunately due to Covid-19 we can not have any cooking or food handouts of any kind. (please remember to follow our Covid rules during the event.)

Raffle Prizes

We already have many raffle prizes with more to come. Stop by the market managers booth to sign up and get your tickets. We would like to thank those who already kindly donated. Mamaw Rocks, The Soap Deli, Saint Joseph Health Mt. Sterling!


(Two grand prizes courtesy of Saint Joseph Health Mt. Sterling)

Saint Joseph Health is also partnering up with us to take blood pressure  checks and answer any questions about your health. 

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Smaller prizes courtesy of The Soap Deli and Katie's Tire and Auto.

The Soap Deli is a locally run business in Mt. Sterling that just moved locations. Stop by to look at their large collection of soaps and more. They have given us liquid hand soap with one refill to raffle off.

Katie's Tire and Auto has given us a discount to get a free balance and rotate! Just stop by with your discount and they will be more than happy to help keep your car running and in tip top shape!

DONATE TO WIN A QUILT!                     


Help us fund and continue our vital

KY DOUBLE DOLLARS programming!!


Fill out 1 ticket per market day per donation!

Winning ticket drawn Saturday, August 8th

at our Customer Appreciation Day


Quilt courtesy of Mamaw Rocks Creations




Mamaw “ROCKS”

And so does the Montgomery County Farmers’ Market!!!


DuBois Community Center

We have been very busy in the DuBois Community Garden this summer. Overall students have been involved from planting, watering, weeding, harvesting, sharing free vegetables with seniors and will sell their vegetables, pickles made from the garden and zucchini bread from zucchini from the Community garden. We are still planning a trip to Louisville once we get thru Covid and they are working to earn their ticket on the charter bus by gardening, reading program and other zoom projects.  We encourage healthy eating from the Community Garden.


This project was funded in part by the United Way of the Bluegrass, Inc.