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Wigle Whiskey new at Verona Farmers Market in ’17 |
Penn Hills

Wigle Whiskey new at Verona Farmers Market in ’17

| Wednesday, July 26, 2017 6:00 p.m
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
Produce vendors wait on customers at a Farmers Market in Verona on Thursday, Sep. 1, 2016.

The Verona’s Farmers Market has started its new season.

It is open Thursdays from 2 to 6 p.m. in Verona Railroad Park, 736 E. Railroad Ave.

Schramm’s Farm has returned with fresh produce and flowers. Verona is one of only two farmers markets in which Schramm’s participates.

One new provider is Wigle Whiskey.

Other stands include Segelson’s Daylillies, Baked with Love Cookies, Tom’s Candy, Pittsburgh Tortas and Smokers BBQ, Big Bag Shop and many more.

There will be music by Donna O.

Call 412-828-8080 for more information.

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