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Shop local and stock up for Thanksgiving

8th Annual Shopping by Lantern Light provides another year of magical holiday tradition


November 17, 2015

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The Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market will host its eighth annual Shopping by Lantern Light Tuesday, Nov. 24, from 6–8 p.m. in the Charlie Olliff Square in downtown Statesboro, behind Sea Island Bank.
 
The signature event ushers in the holiday season, featuring more than 35 vendors representing local food producers and crafts throughout the region. Lantern lights will provide a soft and nostalgic glow over choices including dairy products, meats, produce, nuts, eggs, honey, grains, baked goods, casseroles, holiday plants and unique crafts.
 
There will also be plenty of prepared foods to sample and take home, including chili and brats cooked by the Fresh Market Grille, Hunter Cattle's "world famous" burgers, foods prepared on the Big Green Egg, Jamaican recipes from Caribbean Feast, the Market Sweet Potato Bar, coffee, cider and hot chocolate. 
 
James Pittman and Joe Nelson will once again be performing classic bluegrass music on the mainstage.
 
"This is the largest market of the season and an opportunity to find everything you need for memorable holiday meals and gift giving while supporting our local farmers and vendors," said Debra Chester, the Farmers Market chairwoman.
 
New vendors this year include Three Tree Coffee Roasters, the Savannah Oatmeal Company, Franklin Farm Satsumas and 4 and 20 Bakers.
 
For more information, call (912) 744-7227 or find the event on Facebook at "Shopping by Lantern Light" or visit statesborofarmersmarket.com.

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