Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Winter Market - Friday, April 3

We'll have produce on Friday! Troyer's Vegetables should have loads of tender young spinach and possibly some lettuce, as well as tomato plants. (above - Extension agronomist Jay Chism demonstrates tomato pruning at Hector & Louis' farm last year) Fredrickson Farms is bringing lettuce, herb plants and cabbage and broccoli plants. We expect Amos Apiaries to be there with their local honey and honey products. Fairhaven will have their jams and jellies and handcrafted lawn furniture. Their gliders are proving to be a big hit. & don't forget the baked goods, meats, eggs, plants and cut spring flowers.

Isadora's Wonderful Things will serve black bean chili and have added chocolate oatmeal no-bake cookies to their selection.

The market will be open 11 to 2 just west of the Kneeling Miner. Additional parking is available east of the Kneeling Miner, in front of the Chamber of Commerce.