Say YES and come to YES Kids Day at the Livingston Farmers Market on Wednesday, June 27th from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at Miles Band Shell Park next to the Civic Center. This special event celebrates Western Sustainability Exchange’s Young Entrepreneurial Stewards (YES) program. Kids who want to have a booth will get a space for free whether or not they attended a YES camp or YES club meeting, so there should be lots of creative kids’ booths. Child Care Connections will be coming from Bozeman to give out free bicycle helmets for children. It’s first come, first serve and they always run out, so get there early. It’s one of the only times they visit Livingston with free helmets. The Livingston Police Department will have a booth with some fun games and prizes, and Joe Brooks Trout Unlimited will be offering free fly casting instruction to kids of all ages, including adults who are young at heart. People can play “Blind Date with a CD” at Yellowstone Public Radio’s booth and walk away with some great mystery music while their kids color or play along. Crowd favorites Aaron Howard and Sarah Price will be harmonizing on their covers and original tunes. Thank you to Northwestern Energy and ERA Landmark for sponsoring this day.
Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program coupons will be available starting on June 27th at Western Sustainability Exchange’s booth between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. until supplies run out. Seniors 60 and over who make under a certain amount can apply for these coupons, which allow them to get $50 worth of Montana-grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, and honey from participating vendors for free.