HFCC offers kids’ clay activities at Dearborn farmers market

Photo courtesy of Henry Ford Community College

Photo courtesy of Henry Ford Community College


Patti Sekulidis of Dearborn and her daughter Caroline stop by the Henry Ford Community College booth to enjoy food samples from HFCC’s Skylight Cafe at the Dearborn Farmers Market. The college is a sponsor of the market and each week features different programs and activities.

Photo courtesy of Henry Ford Community College

Photo courtesy of Henry Ford Community College


Connie Vella (left) of Melvindale, Cindy Oginsky of Allen Park and Laurie Smykowski of Brownstown Township pick up free reusable tote bags from the Henry Ford Community College booth at the Dearborn Farmers Market.

DEARBORN — For the second year in a row, Henry Ford Community College is teaming with the Dearborn Chamber of Commerce to sponsor the seasonal Dearborn Farmers and Artisans Market, which is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Friday until Oct. 29. The market is in the parking lot behind the Bryant Branch Library, 22100 Michigan Ave.

Staff from HFCC’s Child Activity Center will offer clay activities for kids Friday. The center offers day and evening child care for the children of students and staff of HFCC, as well as the public.

Every Friday, representatives from different college departments will be at the farm market, showcasing HFCC programs, including “Going Green” tips from the Alternative Energy program, family literacy activities from the English and World Languages Division, free blood pressure screening from the Nursing program, bat house construction demonstrations from the architectural construction technology program, and much more.

In addition, representatives from HFCC’s Enrollment and Development Office will be at the market every Friday to distribute information about the college’s programs and student support services.

The farmers market offers Michigan-grown vegetables, fruit and flowers, and locally-produced baked goods and cheese, as well as arts and crafts by local artisans, entertainment and children’s activities.

For more information on HFCC go to www.hfcc.edu.

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