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Harvest Market at Owensboro Health

We invite you to visit the Harvest Market, a joint venture between Owensboro Health and the Owensboro Regional Farmers' Market. The Harvest Market will visit the Pleasant Valley Campus every Tuesday through Sept. 2nd from 1:30 - 5:00 p.m. 

The Harvest Market is also an opportunity to learn and grow as a person and a consumer. It’s a place to not just find familiar food items, but to learn about and try new foods that offer whole new adventures. That’s why we’re also bringing experts to the Harvest Market, giving them a chance to teach and demonstrate.

Owensboro Health’s mission is to heal the sick and to improve the health of the communities we serve. Healing the sick is only part of our mission, and that’s why we’re working to improve health for everyone in the years to come. To that end, we’re helping people learn how to eat, exercise and live well. The Harvest Market is an example of this effort.

What is happening this Tuesday? (September 2nd)


  • Catalog of art in OHRH
  • Gourd Art Display
  • Daviess County Barn Quilt Trail Committee
  • Community Painting: Each participant will receive a small canvas that will be added to one large canvas. Together it will be a large Fall theme painting.
  • Fall gardening/planting by UK Extension Office


  • Bluegrass by Randy Lanham, featuring Dianne Earle

Wellness Offerings/Games/Activities

  • Cancer Free KY families
  • Fall recipes
  • Pumpkin toss for kids
  • How to incorporate 5 servings of fruits and veggies into your day

Health Food Offerings

  • Pumpkin cookies
  • "Name that squash" and "Name that gourd" with Beth Cecil
  • Squash and root vegetables tastings by Chef Josh


  • 2:00 and 3:00 p.m. Cake decorating
  • 1:45/2:45/3:45/4:45 p.m. Flower arranging demo by Petal and Pine

General Offerings

Every Tuesday vendors will be offering a variety of homegrown and homemade items such as:

  • Fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables 
  • Fresh flowers and herbs
  • Recipe handouts
  • Local honey, jams, baked goods, juices, cheeses, dairy products
  • Handmade crafts


On the first Tuesday of every month additional activities will be planned such as:

  • Free health screenings, health information
  • Cooking & smoothie demonstrations, vegan / gluten free cooking tips
  • Live music
  • Local art
  • Gardening tips
  • Canning, food storage, preservation tips