This Sunday’s Market

See you this Sunday, October 9th, 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:
End of the season sale thank you sale on Tomatoes and Peppers!
Heirloom tomatoes, paste tomatoes, sweet peppers,
Beaver Dam roasting peppers, hot peppers, rutabaga, turnips,potatoes, beets, GIANT kohlrabi,  Jonagold and Golden Delicious apples, Elephant Heart Plums, fresh herbs, canned and pickled goods, kombucha and more!

Rosenberg’s Bagels
Thistle Whistle Farm
Fruit from Ela Family Farms
Urbiculture
Injoy Cha
The Good Jar
Market Tastings by Cook Street

See you there!

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