Happy 4th of July!

The Lookingglass Farm Market will be closed on Thursday, July 4. We wish you a wonderful, safe Independence Day! Be sure to visit us again next week and beyond!!

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New Vendor!

New vendor at the Lookingglass Market. Donna sells all natural products, therapeutic essential oils and more. Come by and check her out. Smells so GOOD! You can “beat the heat” with her all-natural sunscreen and lip balm.

Lather Up -- Donna Roberts
Lather Up — Donna Roberts

Be sure to stop by and see what else is available at the market: eggs, baked goods, jams,  strawberries, zucchini, onions, radishes, lettuce, plants for your garden, jewelry, clothing, stuffed bears, and you even can get a chair massage!

Lookingglass Clean Up Day, Parade, and Grange Community Day

The 52nd Lookingglass Clean Up Day and Parade is this Saturday, May 4th. Clean up starts at 7 a.m., BBQ at 11 (burgers, hot dogs,potato salad & chips), parade at noon! There will be a petting zoo at the Grange. Cake and pie has been provided by the Lookingglass Store. Come and enjoy a beautiful, warm day in “downtown” Lookingglass.

Great Day for the Market!

The sun is shining, plants are growing, and people are socializing. Come on over to the Lookingglass Farmers Market on Thursday between 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm. Surprise yourself by finding something you can use. We have produce, eggs, baked goods, jams, edible and decorative plants to grow, and a variety of crafts.

Edibles, Plants, and More!

Today is Thursday, and it’s time to come to the Lookingglass Grange Farmers Market. You can shop for eggs, produce, plants, baked goods, jams, crafts, personal care products, and more. While your shopping, stop for a while and get a relaxing and rejuvenating chair massage!

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March 2019 Grange Meeting

We are still having our Grange Meeting this Tuesday and Pizza will be provided by the Grange for the potluck. If you would like to bring anything, salads or something to go with pizza would be nice, don’t feel that you need to especially if you don’t have power.

Douglas Electric is sending a rep: General Manager, Keith Brooks, to answer questions and show slides of the devastation from the snow storm.