Wednesday’s Market

This week hosts our only Blue Moon until 2018!  It’s the 2nd Full Moon in a given month and quite rare – so rare that we are dared to do things we rarely do!
Why not take advantage of that call and come down to Wednesday’s Market to celebrate?!  If you only patronize our Saturday Market, then you’re in for a treat – some vendors are Wednesdays-only and carry items that are not duplicated on the weekend.  It’s a great time to socialize after work, get over that middle-of-the-week hump, refilling your pantry with our homegrown goodness.
We’ll be there 3-6pm, eager to serve!

*UPCOMING*
Chefs Gabe and Coleman from Brookland Eats will be doing a cooking demonstration on Saturday, 1 August!  Come for the recipe tips, stay for the tasting!

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Hester Produce and Cloverfield Farms will have green beans, okra, blueberries, cucumbers, zucchini, cat and bird crafts.

Stillwater Farms and Food will have chicken AND duck eggs!

Parker Farm and Vineyard will be at market this Wednesday with tons of sweet watermelon, tomatoes, winter squash, green beans, cantaloupe, basil and goats milk soap!

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S&H Farm will be bringing their Certified Naturally Grown produce:
On their table you’ll find:
basil
blueberries
carrots
cucumbers
eggplant
lemongrass
sweet peppers
tomatoes
cherry tomatoes
To hold anything, please email: sandhfarm@gmail.com
Deb will see you Wednesday!

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Blue Crown Farm will have:
Blueberries, tomatoes, squash, eggplant, cucumber, and basil.

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Enjoy Wednesday at the Market!  Join us 3-6pm
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As a reminder:  For the safety and comfort of our customers, pets are not allowed beneath the market shelter and please refrain from parking under the shelter.

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