Here comes the sun! This Thursday, make sure to put on your sunscreen, funky farmers market hat, bring your favorite basket, and come down to Evergreen Park for the Market. We have something for everyone – fruit, veggies, plants, BBQ, ice cream, candy, bread, homemade sodas, jewelry, kids clothes, local authors, knitted goods, handmade soaps, flowers, and more!
Remember, if you run out of cash, find the Market Manager (she’s the one in the chicken apron) to use your debit or credit card at the Market. Recipients of food stamps can also use their benefits at the Market, too!
WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
Glenwood Gardens – perennials, shrubs, and dwarf conifers with fantastic foliage.
Gregory Farm – berries, cherries, apricots (maybe) from Eastern WA, swiss chard (probably) WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.
Harlow Gardens – tomatoes (ripe & green), cucumbers, fresh picked shallots, spinach, bok choy, kale, collard, and fennel fronds. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted at the Market. Produce grown using organic methods.
Pheasant Fields Farm – snap peas, tomatoes, radishes, kohlrabi, garlic scapes, herbs, flower filled pots, farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.
StartNow – lettuce and other greens, plus strawberries & tomatoes. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.
The Old Wheelbarrow – snap and snow peas, head lettuce, Swiss chard, plants and starts. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.
Borrowed Kitchen Bakery – breads, focaccia, stuffed baguettes, cookies, and Cinnamon Rolls! EBT accepted.
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d burgers (beef, salmon, or veggie), hotdogs, or a sausage and pie, cookies, or granola and a soda. Also, local honey, jams, and salsa. FMNP/EBT accepted for eligible items.
Crimson Cove – Smoked Sea Salt, Smoked Nut Sea Salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, and salmon fromage blanc. EBT accepted.
Hummingbird Hill Soda – Homemade soda,
Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence – chocolate and caramel covered pretzels and nuts, to caramel apples, and chocolate dipped marshmallows, and more, plus HOT Gourmet Hawaiian BBQ Beef Sandwich or Gourmet Chicken Salad and Egg Salad sandwiches served with a side of Polynesian Coleslaw or Waldorf Salad. EBT accepted for eligible items.
Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts – Two extra lean Nuremburg brats served two on a roll with onions and/or sauerkraut. ALso, variety of roasted nuts. EBT accepted for eligible items.
Sersie’s Seasonings – Spices and seasoning mixes. Xcentric Girl pins. Special sale for eNews subscribers – join the mailing list to get the special! EBT accepted for eligible items.
Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be Arctic Vanilla, Lemon Meringue, Key Lime, Orange Cream and the epic Strawberry of Asgard. EBT accepted for eligible items.
Aly’s Sweet BOWtique – hair clips, bows, and tutus for children.
Cat Marcs Publishing – Local author, Crystal Marcos, sells, and signs, her recently published children’s book, “BELLYACHE: A Delicious Tale”.
Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories.
LuLi Girl – children’s clothing, hat and blanket set, bibs, and other accessories made from new and vintage fabrics.
Made in Manette – knitted baby hats and potholders, aprons, clothespin bags, handmade soaps. Special sale for eNews subscribers – join the mailing list to get the special!
Works by Ariegaw (NEW) – one-of-a-kind silver and precious stone necklaces and earrings.
Bremerton Farmers Market – Support your local farmers market by becoming a Community Member for $30 a year. Stop by the market booth and talk with our Market Manager for more information. Also available in the Market Booth are regional guides to farmers markets and farms, information about buying local, and the eNews binder and sign up sheet. Come to this booth to purchase EBT tokens (available in $1 increments) or $5 tokens with your debit/credit card.
Kitsap County Master Gardeners – Bring all your gardening questions to the Master Gardeners, who share the Market Info booth; you can even bring them a sample or picture of your ill plant for diagnosis.
3Degrees – Did you know when you choose Green Power from PSE, you’re supporting renewable energy projects – including wind, solar, and biomass – located right here in the Pacific Northwest? Come learn all about local green power projects and how you can help reduce energy costs and secure a clean, healthy, and local energy supply.
*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
OUT THIS WEEK:
Black Tie Creations
Catalina Crafts (returns July 24)
Ders Garden (returns July 15)
Mel’s Bells Jewelry (returns July 15)
Davis Family Farm (July)
London Maid Crumpets (July – any week now, she promises!!)
MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
July 22nd – Rangers & the Re-Arrangers (gypsy jazz)
Do you want more music in the market? If so, we need a volunteer to help coordinate both inquiries from musicians and cultivate new relationships with local musicians. If interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
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