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This Thursday, October 13, is the last Produce in the Park farmers market of the season. Load up on fall produce and other local foods and fall crafts, and don’t miss trick-or-treating. Vendors
and visiting organizations will be handing out treats to both kids and adults. Costumes are optional but encouraged, and musicians, vendors, and representative from visiting organizations are likely to be seen
wearing something festive. October sponsor the Atlantic Elks Lodge will be offering free cupcake decorating for kids.

This week at the market shoppers can expect to find a variety of squashes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, spinach, kale, green onions, red onions, beets, watermelon, garlic, parsley, and possibly carrots, bok
choi, tomatoes, peppers, and green beans. That’s a lot of local produce and a reminder that the growing season in Iowa extends well into fall. In addition to produce, there will be lots of local meat, honey,
granola, and baked goods. A new product this week is popcorn on the cob from Corn 4 a Cause. Popcorn can be popped right off the cob in the microwave. Expect lots of seasonal crafts at the last market in the park, including fall candles and wax melts, fall bath and body products, and spooky jewelry. This week’s food truck is Zemog’s Cocina.

Produce in the Park October 13
Time: 4:30-6:30 PM
Location: Atlantic City Park (10 W. 7th St. Atlantic, IA 50022) Trick-or-Treat Night at the Park for both kids and adults, costumes welcome!
Food Truck: Zemog’s Cocina Taco Truck
Produce: Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Watermelon, Aronia Berries, Red Onions, Green Onions, Radishes, Cabbage, Beets, Shallots, Eggplant, Garlic, Potatoes, Kale, and more!
Farm Favorites: Beef, Pork, Chicken, Lamb, farm-fresh eggs, honey, granola, tea made with local herbs, popcorn on the cob
Desserts: Kringle, sweet breads, crisps
Crafts: fall-scented candles, bath and body products, art prints, spooky jewelry, and more. Cupcake Decorating with Atlantic Elks
Visiting organizations including: Cass County Master Gardeners, Atlantic Parks and Recreation
Live Music (expect costumes): Lisa Johnston and Jeremie Faga
Payment methods accepted: All vendors accept cash. Many accept credit cards, Venmo, and Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) Senior and WIC checks. 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 October 2022 farmers markets are sponsored by the Atlantic Elks Lodge, the Atlantic Community Promotion Commission, Cass Health, Cass County Tourism, First Whitney Bank and Trust,
the Atlantic Area Chamber of Commerce, and Deter Motor Co.

For updates on Produce in the Park, follow Produce in the Park on Facebook ( or Instagram (, or visit the Produce in the Park website to sign up for the e-newsletter at For information on vending at the park, contact Market Manager Brigham Hoegh at [email protected] or 712-249-5870.