Well, Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction is in! Yesterday morning at 7:28 a.m., Phil was taken out of his hole and did not see his shadow! So, his prediction is an early Spring! Wahoo! 13 minutes later, Buckeye Chuck also did not see his shadow! So, an early Spring it is!

Have you ever looked at the Harmar Village – Marietta, Ohio Facebook page? Trish Caldwell-Landsittel, who runs the page, does a great job of including historical content about Marietta and Harmar Village. She always has the most interesting pictures and her posts and the comments are fun to read! You will learn a lot about the history our beautiful river town!

Here is the update for our mini market at 114 Putnam Street!

We have had a great first week downtown! Thanks to all of you who have stopped in to check it out! We hope that if you haven’t ever been to our main market on Muskingum Drive, you will check it out as well! It’s a lot bigger and there are lots of different things to try there!

Stop in for a homemade breakfast sandwich! You can choose your cheese and whether you want bacon or sausage. You can have it made with our freshly baked bread, a bagel, an English muffin, or a croissant. They are tasty and for $3.99 it won’t break the bank!

Some of you have been asking about the prints on the wall downtown, and since today is National American Painter Day, I thought I’d tell you about them. They are by American folk artist Warren Kimble. This artist loves Americana and paints things that are simplistic like barns, animals, and homes. His inspiration is from the Vermont countryside where he and his wife live. He retired in 2006, but his prints are still available! I love them all, especially his farm animals!

Look below for our soup schedule! Our plan is to keep the soups the same at both locations each day!

We are starting to add a few more items to the market. We have brought in some jellies and jams and the ever popular Claeys Old Fashioned Candy in Licorice, Root Beer, Watermelon, and Wild Cherry. They are a good little treat at the office!

Here’s our update for outside at Muskingum Drive!

There are only 46 days until Spring! We are gearing up for a beautiful flower season!

Our gardening zone is 6. This means we have a medium growing season. Our last frost date is typically May 1st and our first frost date is November 1st. There are quite a few veggies that can be planted prior to that May 1st date, such as: beets, spinach, kale, cauliflower, carrots, onions, and peas. This will free up time during May which is such a busy gardening month!

Here’s our update for inside !

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! We are now taking orders for Chocolate Covered Strawberries. A dozen big, red, juicy strawberries covered in milk, white, or dark chocolate. These are the perfect way to show someone how special they are! Each dozen costs $24.99, and they will be ready for pick up whenever you need them! We will be taking orders through February 13th.

Although this isn’t the time for local produce, we still have lots of fresh fruits and veggies available: cucumbers, zucchini, squash, carrots, lettuce, cauliflower, broccoli, bananas, lots of apple varieties, oranges, lemons, limes, clementines, potatoes, onions, fresh garlic, and sweet potatoes.

Here is our warm and yummy soup schedule for the upcoming week!

Monday: Chicken Noodle and Bean Soup with Ham

Tuesday: Creamy Potato, Taco Soup

Wednesday: Stuffed Pepper and Minestrone

Thursday: Chicken Noodle, Grandma’s Tomato Soup

Friday: Cheesy Broccoli, Vegetable Soup

We have some restocks and new products to share with you that I know you all will be excited about!

Cornerstone Homestead has just added liquid goat milk hand soap to their list of products! Here’s what Megan says about it! “Introducing luxury for your hands! Our foaming liquid goat milk soaps combine rich foaming lather with the moisturizing power of goat milk. Available in many delightful scents, . These delightful scents include: Grapefruit Amber, Warm Oatmeal Vanilla,
Rosemary Mint, Lavender, Heather & Thyme, and Raspberry Vanilla!”

Duck Creek Candle has added air fresheners diffusers for $6.99 each! These smell great and the scent will fill your entire vehicle! Simple to use. Step 1) unscrew wooden cap & remove plastic stopper 2) place wooden cap back on & tilt glass bottle upside down for 2-3 seconds 3) Hang on your review mirror in your vehicle 4) when scent weekens, simply tip upside down for 2-3 seconds. They last a really long time and make your car smell amazing! They are going to add their line of products downtown soon!

Haney Kettle Corn is stocked with yummy flavors like Candy Bar, Caramel Apple Pie, Original Sweet and Salty, Cinnamon Vanilla Crunch, and Caramel. They all taste so good that we can’t pick a favorite!

Our freshly baked cookies come in lots of different packs. You can get a 10 pack, a 6 pack, or a 3 pack. The only problem can be choosing which kind to get!

Huck’s can do all sorts of custom made meat, cheese, veggie, fruit, cookie, and sandwich trays. These are perfect for meetings, parties, get togethers, reunions, funerals, etc. You can call us at 740-374-2484, message us on Facebook, email us at hucksfarmmarket@gmail.com, or send us a fax at 740-373-0024.

Proud to sell products from the following local small businesses:

*Blue Heat *Bracelets by Audrey *Cornerstone Homestead *Duck Creek Candle Co. *Duffy’s Designs *Florence Creamery *Forever Caroline *Hein-Alsbach Gardens Farm *Hot Chocolate Bombs and More *Inspired Creations *Jose Madrid Salsa *Peck’s Farm *Sew Cute Scrunchies *Zimmerview Meats and Market

Deli Specials this Week: 

Off the Bone Ham $6.49 lb.

Hot Pepper Cheese $4.99 lb.

Online ordering for the Sandwich Shop is available. Lunch delivery 11-1 daily.

Market WINTER HOURS! (740)373-2484Fax: (740)373-0084

M-F 9-5:30

Sat 9-4 Sun 11-4

Putnam Street Hours! (740)373-3740

M-F 7-3

Sat 8-2

Thanks for all of your support! We hope you have a wonderful week!

Jim and Kirsten Goeller