Support School Gardens at This Sunday’s Market!

See you this Sunday, October 23th, from 10am – 2pm, at the Slow Food Farmers Market at The Source. Come connect with local food producers and do your weekly shopping!

This week you will find:

The Slow Food Denver Pumpkin Patch 
we will be selling carving and decorative pumpkins as a fundraiser for our Seed to Table School Garden Program!
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Bagels and Bubbles at RiNo Yacht Club
RYC will be serving Rosenberg’s bagels and lox bagel sandwiches, along with 25% off champagne!

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Fresh fruits, vegetables, pickled goods and fermented productsfrom: 
Thistle Whistle Farm
Fruit from Ela Family Farms
Urbiculture
Injoy Cha
The Good Jar

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