Middlefield – As a part of its ongoing “healthy county” initiative, University Hospitals (UH) Geauga Medical Center will be a community supporter of the Middlefield Farmers Market, which will take place every Saturday morning from July 6th through September 28th at Mineral Lake Park on Sperry Lane in The Village of Middlefield, Ohio. 

From 9 a.m. – 12 noon, UH Geauga Medical Center will offer free health screenings or interactive health education and information at the Farmers Market on most Saturdays. “Our mission is to support wellness initiatives throughout our region and support our community partners in the process,” says M. Steven Jones, President, UH Geauga Medical Center. “The Middlefield Farmers Market will enable area residents to join together and have access to healthy food and valuable resources that can help them optimize their quality of life. We are pleased to support the Village of Middlefield by being a part of this community event.”

UH Geauga Medical Center will offer health and wellness resources at the Farmers Market eginning with Bike Safety on July 6th.

Geauga County-area vendors will offer organic produce, Amish baked goods, jams and jellies, maple syrup, leather crafts and other locally-produced goods for purchase at the weekly event. Giveaways, tastings, cooking demonstrations and family activities are also planned.

“I’m excited that Middlefield is partnering with University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center to bring this Farmers Market to the residents of our village and the surrounding communities,” says Ben Garlich, Mayor, Village of Middlefield. “The events will offer something for all ages. I encourage families to come and enjoy the fun.”

Admission is free. Details and updates about the Middlefield Farmers market are available at www.middlefieldohio.com. For information about health screenings and education topics, contact UH Geauga Medical Center at 440-285-7757.