At the Market this Thurs, July 18

Chef at the Market!
Thursday, July 18, 4-7pm
Evergreen Park

Join us this Thursday for another beautiful day at the market!  This Thursday, Chef Justin Robinson, from local hot spot Toro Lounge, will be providing 2 chef demos, using ingredients found at the market! Come see what he’s cooking up — and grab a sample — at 5:00pm, and again at 6:00pm.

Music — Acoustic Jam at the Market – join in with your favorite instrument! Starting at 5:00pm, in the music booth!

Special Features —
— Chef at the Market: with Chef Justin Robinson (Toro Lounge). Demos at 5:00pm & 6:00pm in the center of the market.
Kitsap Children’s Reading Foundation — Read Up! Program
Cultural Homestay International
— Master Gardener Booth (Ask them all your tough gardening questions!)

Market Vendors this Week:

Abundantly Green

NEW! Davis Farm – back with the market this year! Bringing flats of raspberries, cut flowers and more!
Flying Dog Farm
Natural pasture-raised lamb and beef
Gregory Farm & Johnson Orchard
Harlow Gardens & Garden Bugs – will have garlic, summer squash, slicing and pickling cukes, assorted greens, cilantro, and more.
High Point Family Farms – All Natural Pasture Raised Pork
Pheasant Fields Farm
Sahali Family Farm –
Featuring, produce, starts, earthworm castings, and face painting!
Scandia Patch
Start Now
Terrapin Farms
Wyckels Farm

Processed & Prepared Foods:
Anna Christina’s Fudge
Barb’s Sweets & Treats
has replaced the Almond-Espresso Brittle with old-fashioned Peanut Brittle. This is a new recipe I tried and I’m really excited about it. It’s a pulled brittle, which means it’s thin and crispy. Not nearly as sticky to the teeth as the last brittle. I’ll also have Vanilla Marshmallows!!! Back by popular demand, I’ve worked on the recipe and the rains have gone away, so they’re back for the summer! Both treats are $4.00 per bag and – as usual – addicting. The Hawaiian Sea Salt caramels, Chocolate Fudge, Chocolate Tart, Toffee and Peanut Bombs & Crunch are always featured and will be plentiful. Plus there will be lots of lollipops available at only $1.00 each – guaranteed to keep the recipient quiet for at least an hour!
Bon Bon BakeryThis week Bon Bon features fruit tarts with Paul Gregory’s wonderful organic blueberries & apricots! Plus, Mom’s Mocha Torte with fresh raspberries. I’ll have at least one new two-bite cakelet this week, with fresh rhubarb. Also… luscious lemon! Plus, all the shortbreads, granolas and other regular Bon Bon goodies you’ve come to expect, both gluten-free and conventional. See you at market!

CJ’s Evergreen General Store – check out their special of the week!

Crepe NUVO
London Maid Crumpets

Mad Moose Pizza – wood-fired pizza with lots of toppings to choose from!
Pastry Infusions
Scoops – Bavarian bratwurst and roasted nuts.
Smoking Pig Foods
Sparrow Breads –
Sourdough baguettes, Pain Rustique, Rosemary Flatbread Crackers, Fig & Hazelnut Sourdough, Whole Wheat Levain, Variety of filled breads

Viking Feast Ice Cream

Zive Juice

Crafters / Artisans:

Anything but White

Chuck’s Jewelry – featuring beautiful lapidary work and wire-wrapped designs.
Diane’s Dezines
Desert Jill Design
Eve’s Garden Handmade Soaps Eve’s Garden is happy to introduce several new soaps this week. We’ll have Lime and Coconut, Kaleidoscope for men and one of our special animal-print soaps, White Tiger. Come visit us, and discover the many beneficial reasons to use handmade soap.
Made in Manette & Wooden Clothespin
Tessa Essentials

Hundreds of children in our community will have access to free books this summer thanks to the National Children’s Reading Foundation’s Read Up! summer literacy program. The program aims to reverse the “summer slide”, a situation where students lose up to three months of reading skills when school is out.

Children’s Reading Foundation of Kitsap-Olympic Peninsulas’ volunteers are bringing Read Up! to the market every Thursday through the end of August.

There will be two 20 minute “read-alouds” at 5:15 and 6:30 for children from birth to age 8 and their parents or caregivers.  Each week, adults leave with new skills and motivation to encourage reading and children leave with a free new book and fun take-home materials!

Our new matching $ program, called Market Bucks, needs more $$ to keep it going!  This program allows the Market to match the first $5 spent by our EBT / SNAP customers.  If you are interested in making a donation to keep this program going, please contact Julia, our Market Manager, at or call 360-633-6137.

Thank you to our generous sponsors!

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