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Oxford City Market Moves to Community Pavilion

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On Tuesday, the Oxford City Market opened at a new location at the community pavilion on the corner of Bramlett Boulevard and University Avenue. The new location of the market better serves local residents who ride the bus frequently as it is close to a bus stop.

The market is a place where Oxford citizens can shop for healthy foods grown right in their backyard.

There are over 50 vendors from surrounding cities such as Oxford, Batesville, Pontotoc, Taylor and Water Valley to name a few. With them, they bring goodies like homemade desserts, eggs, seasonal produce, herbs and gluten free items.

Photo courtesy of Oxford City Market
Photo courtesy of Oxford City Market

Musicians are invited to play at the market, which meets every Tuesday from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. through the Spring and Fall seasons.

Along with the array of healthy foods and musicians, there are several activities the entire family can join in on, too. Demonstrations such as cooking, gardening and nutrition are offered throughout the year at the market.

The last day for the Oxford City Market is on November 24. Mark your calendars and join in on the fun at the pavilion!

egg bowl Emily Newton is a staff writer for hottytoddy.com and the editor for Experience Oxford magazine. She is a recent graduate of the Meek School of Journalism and New Media of Ole Miss. Emily can be reached at emily.newton@hottytoddy.com. 

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