Due to the ongoing pandemic, Full Spectrum Farms has canceled its summer camps. During the spring, Full Spectrum had to cancel six fundraisers, choosing not to operate its farmers market booth at the Jackson County Farmers Market.
To hopefully offset the loss of income from the cancellations, Full Spectrum Farms will hold a massive yard sale at the farm from noon until 4 p.m. July 3 and from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. July 4. The event will be held in the Evergreen Pavilion rain or shine and will be conducted using safe distancing, monitors and hand sanitizing stations and will strongly urge mask wearing.
Items already on the floor are clothes, toys, tools, antiques, several chests of drawers, mowers, a compressor, a huge pressure washer, an entertainment center, books, lots of picture frames, dishes, roofing felt and more. Friends of Full Spectrum Farms with items to donate can leave them on the front porch or call 293-2125 for pickup.
Plans are underway for substituting an online “Telethon” instead of the dynamic fall festival “Starlight Night-A Night Under the Stars.”
For more information about these events call 293-2521 or 293-5678.