“Hello everyone. I am still buying eggs, produce, milk, bread and beer for purchase. All of my wines are gone. Still have a nice selection of non alcoholic wines for discounted sale. All of my firewood is gone. I have started discounting the craft beers to the lowest you will ever see. So if you want a deal on craft beers, now is the time to stop by. I still do not have a definite day that we will be closing. It All depends now on how fast the craft beers and other items sell out. I will carry fresh produce till the end. I still have apples at $1.00 a pound. Looking forward, I will probably close a little before Christmas. I will post an update later. Thank you.”
The local institution revealed in September that it would shut down after operating for nearly 70 years. The store offers a variety of products for different needs, such as Christmas trees, firewood, groceries, alcohol, and even mulch or soil.
“From our beginning as a produce stand on Georgia Avenue to our location today, we have enjoyed sharing memories with you and your families,” the market said in September. Thank you for everything.”
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