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NIAGARA The Niagara 1812 Legacy Council, in cooperation with the Niagara Parks Commission, Parks Canada, Old Fort Niagara, and its many other 1812 partners, is pleased to welcome the Treaty of Ghent Association from ray ban wayfarer sizes Ghent, Belgium, to the Niagara region from July 15 to 17.
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Lois's Produce is a family owned and operated farm located in Leedstown Virginia, on the Historic Northern Neck Peninsula. Run by Gary and Lois Allensworth, Lois's Produce sells top quality fruits and vegetables at farmers markets, grocery stores, and to numerous restaurants in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area.
The Allensworths began their farming operation in the late 1980's growing several acres of tomatoes. Today, the operation has expanded to nearly 100 acres and over 50 different varieties of fruits and vegetables. Produce is available for sale beginning in April, with Strawberries and Asparagus, and ends in late November, with Sweet Potatoes and Garlic.
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Seasonal produce is available for sale, retail and wholesale, at the farm daily during the growing season. The produce is also available Wednesday through Saturday at six farmers markets in the Northern Virginia area and several Northern Virginia Whole Foods Markets. Lois's Produce can also be found on the tables of many of the area's finest restaurants, a testament to the quality of the produce.