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Very important information for all vendors


If you are planning to attend the class on Tuesday, May 12 at the ag extension office I regret to inform you that this is NOT the Home-Based Processing workshop that I understood that it was. It is actually a GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) and Sampling Workshop. This is still an important class as it will give you the opportunity to become certified to provide samples at the farmers' market but it will NOT give you the certification necessary to sell baked and canned goods at the market. I understand that this workshop (the Home- Based Processing class) is only provided a few times every year and the only remaining workshop of 2009 is May 14th in Kenton County. If you are still interested in attending this class to become certified to sell canned and baked goods at the 2009 BOTBMarket, click here (broken) for more information. I apologize for this miscommunication. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 270.361.2888.



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11/29/23:  Lecture: History of Art


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