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Grab your baskets, bags and boxes and make your way to Chauncey Swan Parking Ramp, 405 E. Washington Street, between 5 and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4 to load up on fresh local foods and goods at opening day of the 2016 Iowa City Farmers Market. As in years past, Iowa City's Farmers Markets will be held on Wednesdays and Saturdays at Chauncey Swan Ramp, and on Tuesdays at Mercer Park, 2701 Bradford Drive. The schedule is as follows:
Mercer Park Farmers Market, 1317 Dover St. Operates May 31 - Aug. 30 Tuesdays, 3-6 p.m.
Chauncey Swan Park Farmers Markets, 405 E. Washington St. Operates May - Oct. Wednesdays, 5-7 p.m. Saturdays, 7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
This season, the Iowa City Farmers Market will be more accessible than ever with the addition of a credit card and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program. Shoppers may bring their Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) and/or credit cards to a centralized information table and swipe their cards for tokens that correspond with the amount they choose to spend from their cards. All eligible vendors will accept the SNAP tokens and all vendors will accept the credit card tokens.
“The addition of the SNAP/credit card program is really a win-win for us,” said Administrative Secretary Tammy Neumann, who manages the Farmers Market for Iowa City Parks and Recreation. “It’s good for the vendors because it will bring in new patrons, and it’s good for the shoppers because they can access fresh local foods more easily.”
The addition of the SNAP/credit card program also helps fulfill the mission of the Market, which is to serve culturally and economically diverse populations, and to increase access to fresh, locally produced, nourishing and safe foods and other products of local labor for all patrons.
The Iowa City Farmers Market is a program of the Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department.
Lehm Books & Gifts opened for the first time in April 1994 behind the Amana General Store. Jim and Wendy Keiper took over the business in September 1996. In September 2001, the business moved to the main street location in Amana. The business name comes from the German word “lehm” which means good soil because the previous owners were farmers as well as the current owners.
The brick portion of the building which the store is in was built in 1856. The wood section attached to the back of the building was added later. The house attached to the west was built in 1860. It was once called the “brick house kitchen”. Then it was the residence of the George Rettig family. Tiny Tim’s Colony Christmas was located in the building until September 2001.
When you enter Lehm Books & Gifts, you will be greeted by a warm and friendly staff to help you with your shopping experience. Are you looking for an out-of-the ordinary place to go and spend a quiet afternoon, searching for unique gifts for all of the special people in your life? Take your time and explore our two floors of merchandise. The relaxed atmosphere within the store and throughout the Amana Colonies will make you want to come back again to enjoy a fun day with family and friends.
We have a wide selection of items from books to gifts, collectibles to scrapbooking and more. We have something for everyone for all different ages.
Lehm Books & Gifts 4536 220th Trail Amana, IA 52203 800-840-2387 or 319-622-6447