Make it to the market in Mason City

Eating locally produced honey is said to help with spring allergies, in case you needed an excuse to treat yourself to a sweet stick or two. (Photo: Fat Hill Brewing)

If you’re daydreaming about fresh produce from Iowa farms and just can’t wait until farmers market season, we have good news: Local producers around Mason City will gather for an Indoor Farmers Market from noon to 3 p.m. April 6 at Fat Hill Brewing. It’ll tide you over until most outdoor markets reopen in May.

Find local honey, fresh veggies, baked goods and more from six businesses: Bread of Life, Purple Ribbon Beef, Morning Glory Botanicals, Thomas Farmstead, Artisan Creek and The Middle: Snackies and Sweet Treats

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