Did you know the Farmer’s Market is moving back to the Globe City Veterans Memorial Park, right near Globe City Hall at 150 North Pine Street? Local growers will host a pre-season preview on March 28, selling plants, seedlings, fresh greens – possibly also baked goods and crafts – starting at 8 a.m. “April is the time to plant and there will be plants for sale, flowering plants and veggies grown by our local vendors,” reports Holly Brantley. “This year we are glad to include the crafting community to sell as well – and we are pleased to announce our return to Globe City Veterans Memorial Park. This location offers shade to our vendors, lots of convenient parking nearby a playground to keep kids entertained, and also easy walking distance for Farmers Market customers who live near downtown Globe.” A few of the most popular vendors will be there, including ‘The Chile Guy’ and green-thumbed grower Bob Zache, with artichoke plants ready to take root in your garden. Crafters and bakers are invited to sell, too; Bakers and jam and jelly makers are required to have a food handlers card in order to sell at the market. Vendors complete a registration form and pay a booth fee of $10 plus a percentage of the day’s sales. Call Holly at 928-701-3097 or connect on Facebook to see photos and updates about vendors facebook.com/gmfm2011.