Posted September 27, 2012 at 3:35 pm
Native American Day Celebration at the Market!
This week, join Midtown Farmers Market in welcoming the Indian Health Board, along with dancers, musicians, and performers of all kinds to the market to celebrate Native American culture and tradition. Saturday will be filled with a host of activities celebrating Native American Day, alongside our regular vendors selling their fresh fall crops, crafts, coffee, cookies, and more. Stop by Tuesday for your weekly supply of herbs, apples, potatoes and other produce and stay to hear the music and watch the beautiful fall sunset.
This Saturday find:
~Apples, pears, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant, potatoes, carrots, okra, spinach, squash blossoms, squash, beets, pumpkins, kale, chard, kohlrabi, broccoli, green beans, cauliflower, cabbage, herbs, meat, eggs, jams and jellies, artisan bread, lamb, cheese, butter, yogurt, honey, flower bouquets
~Coffee, scones, cookies, tacos, breakfast sandwiches, fruit tarts, omelets, arepas, tamales, iced tea, soda, hamburgers, brats, boiled peanuts
~Handmade ceramics, jewelry, felt creations, children’s clothing
This Tuesday find:
~Pumpkins, tomatoes, melons, potatoes, beets, Brussels sprouts, okra, cucumbers, zucchini, carrots, kale, broccoli, apples, honey, pears, lettuce, kohlrabi, cabbage, herbs, artisan bread, jams and jellies
~Brats and hamburgers, soup, soda
This Week at the Market
Saturday, September 29th
Thanks to Saturday’s Market Sponsor:
Tuesday, October 2nd
5-7 Shaun Daniel
Midtown Market goes to Cleveland!
Last week, Manager Amy Behrens was happy to be able to represent the Midtown Farmers Market at the Project for Public Spaces’ 8th International Public Markets Conference in Cleveland, OH. While there, she moderated a panel focused on increasing access to healthy food through incentive coupons, toured Cleveland’s indoor and outdoor markets, and was able to share
stories and ideas with market representatives from around the world. Stop by the market tent to ask her about her experience–she’d love to share!