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12A Wednesday, June 18, 2014 rdCll[ IlV! DUIILIII This week's market includes nursery, master gardeners The Quincy Certified Farmers' Market dollar-matching program is underway. Now when CalFresh and WIC are used at the market, benefits get matched dollar for dollar, up to $15 per family per week. These benefits can be used for a variety of food items including food-producing plants. Local native plant nursery California Sister will be at this week's market selling vegetable seedlings and fruit trees, as well as native plants. Plumas County master gardeners will also be at the market, sharing their wealth of knowledge and helping troubleshoot gardening issues. "If you prefer your ' vegetables ready-to-eat, our farmers are providing a range of summer produce," said market manager Hannah Hepner. "Berries and stone-fruit are in abundance. But you'll also find more obscure offerings like the okra from Lee Family Farms." Quincy Certified Farmers' Market welcomes The Kepple Band back to the market Thursday, June 19. This family band -- featuring Jeff, Kelsey, Natalie and Claire Kepple -- is a perennial favorite. They play a repertoire of originals and covers, ranging from jazz, bluegrass and folk to Americana and gospel. Each Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. shoppers will find farmers, crafters, hot meals and live music at the corner of Church and Main streets in downtown Quincy. The farmers' market has a full schedule of entertainment set throughout the summer. A calendar of events can be found at QuincyFarmersMarket.org. For more information about the musicians or any other part of the market, call 487-4386. Hula hoops and green grass make for hours of fun for kids and adults alike at the farmers' market. Hot food vendors serve up tasty meals every Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. - through the summer. Photos by Laura Beaton \\; The first Quincy Certified Farmers' Market of the season offers up loads of fresh produce, like these beautiful vegetables from Lee's Produce, of Chico. Food and craft vendors, face painting, informatio and entertainment enticed hundreds of shoppers on a sunny Thursday afternoon to the school district lawn June 12. Mattress Mania/ Klarissa Queen Set, 20 yr warranty. ........ s748 12MM Laminate /0 Off 2 colors Sl". 8MM Laminate 70  Off .... $149. Drop Leaf Table with 2 chairs ................................. $298 Glass Top Table with 4 chairs ................................. S499 FOR 6 *