We started a farmers' market in our village last summer. Day before the
market we had a donated sign for the corner, the kind you put letters in. I
went down to meet the fellow with the sign and put the letters in. A few
people came by to help, and we had this discussion about the apostrophe and
where it should go. I gently argued that it belonged, and it belonged after
We didn't start the market till the corn was ripe, this being Illinois and
everybody wants corn. But we ended up with so much variety of food, and
growers just came out of the woodwork from nearby our village. We even had
three or four organic growers. We sold eggplant and basil and all sorts of
things that we didn't predict. We thought we would only sell corn and
Next year we start earlier. Not waiting for the corn.
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