Can you believe it? A whole season gone, already? How quickly time flies! This is a bittersweet farewell for me, as I will not be returning to manage the Market next season… as much as I have enjoyed working for the vendors and assisting all the customers, I need to be able to sleep more and focus on my life and projects on the Key Peninsula. Therefore, the search is on for a new Market Manager for next season. If you know anyone who is interested, please have him or her email a resume to the Bremerton Farmers Market email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For those of you who have taken advantage of our debit/credit and EBT token program this season, thank you for your support! We would LOVE for those of you with wooden tokens leftover to go ahead and redeem them at our final market this week. According to my records, there are $130 in debit/credit tokens and $21 in EBT tokens to spend. Thank you!!
WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
Broomhollow – Perennials, trees, mixed perennial pots, squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, other vegetables and herbs, plus brown chicken eggs, and soaps, lotions, bath & face products, and Christmas ornaments. EBT accepted for eligible items.
Gregory Farm – peaches, apples, pears, and grapes from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, and melons from Paul’s farm. WIC/FMNP/EBT and debit/credit accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.
Glenwood Gardens – perennials and conifers; EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens redeemable. Produce grown using organic methods.
Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, onions, summer squash, cucumbers, pumpkins, cornstalks, and decorative gourds for your fall decorating – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT and debit/credit accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – Burgers (beef, salmon, or veggie), hot dogs, or a sausage and pie, cookies, or granola and a soda. Also, local honey, jams, salsa, and beef jerky. FMNP/EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.
Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas.
London Maid Crumpets & Crackers – crumpets and rosemary crackers. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.
Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence – variety of caramels, chocolate covered pretzels, marshmallows, and nuts, and more delicious confections; plus, hot meatball subs. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.
Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Dark-Elf Delight, Peach Orchard of Asgard, Raspberry Cream, Pumpkin Lord and Caramel Apple. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.
Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories. Debit/credit tokens accepted.
Mel’s Bells Jewelry – beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, including Christmas themed jewelry. Debit/credit tokens accepted.
Bremerton Farmers Market – Stop by the market booth to pick up your copy of various regional guides for farmers markets and farms, information about buying local, and the eNews binder and sign up sheet; sign up for our email list and get all the beginning of the season information for 2011! Come to this booth, or find the roaming Market Manager (in the chicken apron) to purchase EBT tokens (available in $1 increments) or $5 tokens with your debit/credit card for use with most of our Market vendors.
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.
*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
OUT THIS WEEK:
Crimson Cove (will return in 2011)
Harlow Gardens (will return in 2011)
Made in Manette (will return in 2011)
Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts (will return in 2011)
Sersie’s Seasonings (will return in 2011)
Works by Ariegaw (will return in 2011)
MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Oct. 14th – Kinda Country (Jeff Berger)
You can help support the Market by becoming a Community Member (for just $30 a season), or a Sponsor, to help us bring musicians to the market, allow for additional seating, and educational events within the Market. To learn more about becoming a Sponsor, visit our website (www.bremertonmarket.com) and click on the “Be a Sponsor” tab.
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