Celebrate National Farmer's Market Week with Lost Lexington and Homegrown Authors

What better way to celebrate National Farmer's Market Week than coming to see me on Saturday morning?

That's right, it's National Farmer's Market Week through August 10. And on August 8 - from 9 am until about noon, I'll be at the greatest Farmer's Market of them all: the Lexington Farmer's Market at Cheapside Park! (OK, I'm a little biased. But definitely one of the best!)

I will be there do discuss and sign my book, Lost Lexington, as part of the Homegrown Authors series by Morris Book Shop and the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. And I'll be joined by another local Kentucky author, Ben Woodard, who has some awesome stories to tell. He's been writing children's books with his latest being Bubbles: Big Stink in Frog Pond.

So come on down to to the Lexington Farmer's Market and say hello (and support your local authors...and farmers!)

According to the Herald-Leader, the Lexington Farmer's Market will be celebration National Farmer's Market Week with "a watermelon and cantaloupe fundraiser to benefit the Bluegrass Double Dollars program, which matches food vouchers for fresh fruit and vegetable purchases. [Plus] there will be music by the Lexington Philharmonic, appearances by local partners, and awesome produce, meats, cheese and Kentucky Proud products from around the area."

See you tomorrow morning, Saturday August 8, between 9 and noon at the Lexington Farmer's Market downtown at Cheapside Park!