With the Manzanita Farmers Market shut down for the season (the last day was Friday, Sept. 20), where does one go in North County to get locally-grown meat and produce? The answer may be at the Nehalem Beehive in downtown Nehalem.

The Beehive is starting an indoor “Winter Market,” Sundays from 2 to 5 p.m. The first “Winter Market” is this coming Sunday, Sept. 29.

“We’ll have one musician and four to five vendors,” owner Brenna Hamer told the Headlight Herald. Local meat vendors will rotate, with a different one each week, as will produce sellers, she said.

The “winter market” ties in with Hamer’s effort to make the Beehive a “community space.” The vendors will be scattered throughout the store. “It’ll be kind of like it’s in your living room,” she said.

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