The Wellsboro Growers Market is this Thursday, June 18 from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the First Presbyterian Church at 130 Main Street in Wellsboro, next to the Green Free Library.

Featured will be a variety of vendors. Ann Vayansky and Kim Furry of Growin’ Native will only be at the market for two more Thursdays, June 18 and 25 and then return in September. They are bringing shrubs, small trees and perennial flowers native to North Central Pennsylvania. Among the perennials they will have are pussytoes, a border edging flower that looks like the paws of a kitty cat and is a member of the daisy family, Ozark bluestar and an early sunflower plus catnip mice for cats.

Scentillating Creations will be at this Thursday’s market with hand-poured candles in a variety of scents, diffusers and soaps.

Linda Sweely of New View Farm will be offering freshly baked artisan breads, such as Focaccia, a cheesy herb flat bread, cinnamon buns, jams and jellies, honey, homemade sauerkraut, ground horseradish and sprouts.

Jeff and Sally Jones are bringing Between Two Rivers maple syrup, maple cream, maple sugar and maple candy. Pinafore Run Farm will have honey and Liz McLelland of Yorkshire Meadows, taste tempting, freshly made goodies. Frank Maffei is offering wine tastings and Staggering Unicorn wines sold by the bottle.

At the June 25 market will be Udder Merry Mac Farm, Aunt Lulu’s Embroidery, WindStone Landing Farms with non-GMO and chemical-free foods and Hillstone Farms with a selection of beef, ham and pork.

All vendors and customers at the market are asked to wear masks and to stay at least six feet from each other.

Vendors who want to participate are asked to contact Thomas Putnam at 570-439-2000 or