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Produce in the Park is a farmers market and community gathering held every Thursday evening from 4:30-6:30 PM in the Atlantic City Park from June through October 13.

Produce in the Park is expecting another busy market today, June 16. Over 20 vendors, food trucks, and increased activities from visiting organizations have been drawing more visitors to the
park. The increase in participation and attendance has been great for vendors, but the sidewalks at the park have become more crowded.

Produce in the Park is working with vendors to reduce sidewalk crowding, and there will be a new layout at the park June 16. All vendors and visiting organizations will still be found in the Atlantic City Park, but the market footprint will expand to use more of the sidewalks and shady spaces available in the park.

Additionally, today’s June 16 market will host the Atlantic Elks’ Bike Rodeo for kids age 12 and under, which will be set up on 6th Street. To keep the bike rodeo safe for everyone involved, there will be no senior parking available on 6th Street on June 16. Senior parking on 6th Street will be available again on June 23. Produce in the Park thanks customers for the feedback and support as the farmers market continues to grow.

Produce in the Park June 16:
Time: 4:30-6:30 PM
Location: Atlantic City Park (10 W. 7th Street, Atlantic, IA 50022)
Food Truck: Hungry Spartan Pizza (feature: Crab Rangoon)
Free Live Music: Sarah Selders
20 vendors: Produce, meats, eggs, honey, baked goods and desserts, popcorn and lemonade, soaps, candles, greeting cards, wood crafts, and more.
Featured Food: Rhubarb! Fresh rhubarb, rhubarb jams, rhubarb pastries, free samples of rhubarb cobbler from the Guest Chef, and more.
Bike Fun: Bike rodeo for kids 12 and under (bring bikes, trikes, and helmets or borrow them from Atlantic Parks & Rec at the park); adult trikes for teens and adults; Cass County trails maps and more information on biking in the area.
More activities: Bounce houses for kids and yard games for all!
Visiting organizations: Atlantic Parks and Recreation, Cass County Master Gardeners, Cass County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, Nishna Valley Trails, Nishna Valley Family YMCA.
Free drawing: 1 dozen farm-fresh eggs from Brun Ko Farm. (Sponsored by the Cass County Local Food Policy Council.)
Payment methods accepted: All vendors accept cash. Many accept credit card and Venmo. All qualifying food vendors accept SNAP/EBT (also known as food stamps). All fresh produce vendors both accept and distribute Double Up Food Bucks (coupons given for SNAP/EBT purchases of fresh produce).

Produce in the Park June 2022 farmers markets are sponsored by the Atlantic Community Promotion Commission, the Nishna Valley Family YMCA, Cass County Tourism, Cass Health, First Whitney Bank and Trust, the Atlantic Area Chamber of Commerce, and Deter Motor Co.

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