Shelby County has worked to invigorate the tourism industry in the county, by offering a number of different attractions to get people to the region. These range from camping options offered through the Army Corp of Engineers at Lake Shelbyville, to community events such as the Shelbyville Farmers Markets.
Freddy Fry with the Shelby County Office of Tourism, along with Diane Roberts with the Shelbyville Farmers Markets both appeared as guests on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our Downtown Shelbyville Studios, and discussed some of the things Shelby County has to offer to visitors. Fry discussed the camping options the county has with the US Army Corp of Engineers at Lake Shelbyville.
Roberts shared information on the Shelbyville Farmers Markets, previewing some of the various types of items visitors can find at the markets.
Roberts says the farmers market is a growers only market, meaning that any of the produce offered was grown by the vendor themselves. The markets will open up on May 23rd, and runs every Tuesday from 3 until 5:30.