Article from Main Street America It is vital to our nation’s Main Streets and their communities that as many people as possible complete the 2020 Census. Occurring every 10 years,Continue reading “Main Spotlight: Why the Census Matters to Main Street”
A divine reminder of the original Chautauqua One of the key aspects of the Chautauqua movement and rural life throughout America was the deep-rooted belief and worship of God. But atContinue reading “St. Agatha’s Episcopal Church”
“Farmers markets have become a critical ingredient to our nation’s economy, food systems, and communities. Connecting rural to urban, farmer to consumer, and fresh ingredients to our diets, farmers marketsContinue reading “City Adopts to Seek Funding for Permanent Farmer’s Market Structure”
Saturday, August 22 while strolling through your local Main Street DeFuniak Springs Farmers Market, stop in at Perla Baking Co. to meet local author Joanne Klepal, and enjoy some of Perla’s freshly baked organic pastries and favorite coffee or tea.
Main Street Defuniak Springs will be speaking on two agenda items at the Monday, August 10 City Council Meeting held at the Community Center.
Directly following the inaugural Florida Chautauqua Assembly, during the winter of 1886 an organization of women formed the “Aid Society” in DeFuniak Springs. Their mission was to welcome the many newcomers who were attracted to our small railroad town byContinue reading “Walton-DeFuniak Library”
Join us every Saturday in Downtown DeFuniak for the Farmer’s Market held from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. (July – September) on Baldwin Avenue.