Hi-Acre Farm featured vendor this month at Bloomington Farmers’ Market

BLOOMINGTON – Hi-Acre Farm is located near Trafalgar in Johnson County. It was started in 1964 by Vernon Sigman. Vernon started selling produce at Bloomington Farmers’ Market in 1987. 

In 2011, Jim joined Vernon after moving from Sedona, AZ back to Greenwood IN. Vernon retired in 2017 after 30 years of attending the market, the farm is now run by Jim and his wife Patricia (pictured above).

Hi-Acre Farm specializes in high-quality vegetables and fruit including varieties of Apples that most orchards do not grow. These include Arkansas Black, Winter Banana, Blushing Gold, Liberty, Empire, Cortland, Early Blaze, Freedom, Braeburn, Fuji, Winesap, Gold Rush, Granny Smith, Golden, and Red Delicious Apples. They also offer Pumpkins, Cantaloupe and Squash.

Be sure to visit Hi-Acre Farm located on Isle B/Stall10 this Saturday. Bloomington Community Farmers Market is open Saturday, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Showers Common at 401 North Morton Street in Bloomington.

Saturday’s entertainment at the Farmers’ Market features the Bloomington Peace Choir

The Bloomington Peace Choir is a non-auditioned choir that invites singers of all skills and those who are new to singing.

Their mission is to sing for the joy of singing and sharing music from around the world. They visit area senior centers as part of their musical outreach and they regularly perform at peace vigils, the Farmers’ Market, the 4th Street Arts Festival, the Christmas Canopy of Lights, retirement homes, and other non-religious events.

They will perform this Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

Mayor at the Market

Mayor at the Market is a community outreach program that invites Market-goers to interact with the mayor and various department heads from the City of Bloomington government.

From the arts to potholes – any city-related topic you are interested in is up for discussion.

Rick Dietz

Rick Dietz City of Bloomington’s Director of Information & Technology Services (ITS) will be greeting the public from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at this Saturday’s Farmers’ Market.