October at the Farmers Market opens with Squashtober on October 4 during regular Market hours, 9am to 1pm. Market vendors will prepare their favorite squash and it will be available to sample. There are hundreds of varieties of summer and winter squashes. The Market offers tastings to encourage the public to try fruits and vegetables[…]
Fermentation Friday returns to the Market on September 13. Carrie Gualt of Bird and Hopper Farm will host 2 demonstrations on preparing fermented foods. The demonstrations will begin at 10 am and again at noon. Fermentation is an ancient method of food preservation and fermented foods are a healthy addition to any diet. Fermentation kits[…]
Carrie’s fermentation demonstration was a big hit last year so she has kindly offered to do it again this year. Carrie ferments a wide array of vegetables and makes their own apple cider vinegar and other live foods. She’ll bring their favorite resources, have samples for tasting as well as demonstrating and will be selling[…]
Join us Friday, July 12th from 10-11 am at the Kids Corner to celebrate Wellness Day by making your very own stress ball! Kids of all ages are welcome and activities are always free.
Be sure to come out for the last cooking day with Chef Jen this season! Recipes from the last cooking day are here We are highlighting squash for Squashtober but she’ll be cooking whatever strikes her fancy at the Market. We’ll also have our first ever squash tasting at the Market. Here’s your chance to try[…]
The September edition of the Market’s cooking program, First Fridays with Chef Jen, features peppers. Peppers come in all shapes, sizes, flavors and heat levels. Wikipedia estimates there are 50,000 varieties of “Capsicum” (pepper) cultivars. Peppers add so much flavor and can be a main course as well as an ingredient in almost anything. Chef Jen will[…]