It’s hard to believe tomorrow is our fourth market of the season. The weather looks good and we have a lot in store for you again.
Vendors this week include D’s Lectables with delicious seasonal coffee cakes, cookies, gluten free items, granola and more; Wyandotte Farm brings in fresh eggs and a tailored chicken CSA that you should check out; Christine Brown Jewelry always brings in good energy, beautiful affordable jewelry, bejeweled gift boxes, and potpourri; Running Brook Wine has a great selection of locally produced wines, and gives you the opportunity to taste before you purchase; Dottie May’s Jams and Jellies brings in a lot more than her delicious jams and jellies. There is usually some candy, brittle, (try the sesame brittle-so good) or breads to try; Rein’s Real Baking has a featured bread of the week which is a combination of his whole wheat loaf and the MultiGrain loaf of grains and seeds to deliver an exceptionally healthy and tasty variation. It has stone ground whole wheat flour; rye and wheat berries; flax, sesame and sunflower seeds. His featured pastry of the week is Devil’s Food Ganache Cupcakes-moist, deep, and dark-if you’re a chocoholic, this one is sure to intensely satisfy that craving! There will also be available two coolers of many varieties of frozen bread at great discounts. Don’t miss out! Engelnook Farm is back this week with a full assortment of local delicious cheese-you may want to try some samples! Stone Bridge Farm has a nice assortment of kales, local raw honey and eggs. What’s From The Earth has delicious pea greens; edible and beautiful flowers, aluminum free deodorant, muscle rubs and chapstick, and fresh eggs. Pies by Moira has been bringing in seasonal Strawberry Rhubarb, Apple, Blueberry and hand pies. Marie Machado Custom Design Jewelry has nice affordable sets, and some great looking childrens’ jewelry. Adam’s Photography-beautiful, affordable, local photography. Have a peek at some of his work. Smackadoodles flavors of the week are chocolate peanut butter cup, Strawberry Lime Margarita, Original and B.S.T. Bacon, Spinach and Tomato! Hallissey Design is back this week with fully customized signs and wall art. Duke’s Bakery is 100% gluten free baked goods, and great coffee-both hot and iced, which also includes espresso! Lucky Field Organics has a good assortment of vegetable starts, and vegetables. Last week we saw their first tomatoes! Winterbottom Farm has brought in some delicious strawberries, rhubarb, lettuce and radishes. Our guest vendor this week is Buzzards Bay Threads with their own designed tees. Be sure to visit!
For events this week please be sure to visit Bits N Bobs under the canopy from 9 to 1 and learn about the nearly forgotten art of wool spinning. They are even bringing in a spare wheel so you can try your hand at it!
John’s cooking demos will take place at 10 and 12 and this week he is offering “Uzbek Vegetable Stew”. Stop by the canopy, try a sample and get a copy of the recipe!