August 27th at Quincy Square

Roxy Bremerton FMWe had a great first week at our new location, Quincy Square, right in downtown Bremerton. Thanks to the community for not just speaking out, but showing up for our market. Also a huge thank you to our new neighbors, Dog Days Brewing, Axe and Arrow, the Roxy Theater, Fairfield Inn, Amy Burnett Gallery, the Kitsap Historical Society, the Chamber of Commerce (just to name a few lending us the street). A huge thank you to our newest sponsor Paul Lundy, of the Bremerton Office Machine Company has sponsored all the vendor booth fees for the rest of this season.
Also check out the amazing plans in the future for Quincy Square. Quincy Square is located on 4th Street between Washington and Pacific Ave in downtown Bremerton. Street parking is free after 5 pm, as is parking in the Washington Ave Parking garage, right around the corner of our NEW market location.

As a reminder, please take note of our hand washing & sanitizer station at the entrance & exit of the market, follow the cones and signs for social distancing cues.
Stop by the market booth for tokens, EBT and information.
We have the market set up for one way foot traffic from entrance to exit.
Unfortunately no dogs allowed (service dogs always permissible) at this time
Mask’s are required to enter the market footprint
Any questions we’ve got plenty of us in yellow vests to answer any questions you may have.

More Exciting News: Our market T-shirts and Sweatshirts are now available on BremBuilt for pre-order until September 11, 2020!

Have you heard about the statewide SNAP Market Match program?
If you use SNAP/EBT:

Come to our Information Booth and tell us you’d like to SNAP Market Match
Swipe your EBT card for the amount you want to spend
You will receive that amount in EBT tokens and the same amount in SNAP Market Match dollars.
**BCFM is able to match up to $20**
You can use your SNAP Market Match bucks on all of the following items-
Fresh vegetables
Fresh fruits
Mushrooms
Fresh herbs
Seeds and plants that produce food (for example, tomato seeds or tomato plants)
All of our farm vendors accept SNAP market match for qualifying items

Market opens at 4 and closes at 7 pm!
See you at the market!!

Farmers

  • Wades Nursery
  • Ridgetop Urban Farms
  • Gregory Farms
  • Johnson Orchards
  • Duckabush Mushrooms
  • Taylor Honey Farms

Crafters

  • Musables
  • RNR Originals
  • Knit @ 35000ft

Processed Foods.

  • Caseys Cookies
  • Cool Pops Inc
  • Belfair Pop

It’s our last hurrah!

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 (bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com).

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*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
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.

FOOD VENDORS:
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.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
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.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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)
Serenity Now
Sersie’s Seasonings (will return in 2011)
StartNow
Works by Ariegaw (will return in 2011)

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Oct. 14th – Kinda Country (Jeff Berger)

MARKET FUN-RAISING
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.

This posting is abridged; for the full story, subscribe! Send us an email at bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, with “Subscribe me to eNews!” in the Subject.

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Tick, tick, tick… our season is almost over!

The Fall fun continues at Pheasant Fields Farm through the end of October. Please visit this Bremerton Farmers Market sponsor with your whole family… work your way through the corn maze during the day, or at night (on special weekend nights) for the added spook factor. Special events are scheduled throughout October; for more information, visit: PheasantFields.com.

Also, on October 29th, between 3pm – 7pm, make your way to the grand opening of a very special store front… the Viking Feast Micro-Creamery, in space shared with Crimson Cove and Hummingbird Hill Soda. For location and event information, check out Viking Feast’s FaceBook Page (linked from the Bremerton Farmers Market FaceBook page). The Vikings are promising free ice cream!!

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
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, nectarines, pluots, apples, and pears 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, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT and debit/credit accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT and 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.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Dark-Elf Delight, Pumpkin Lord, Peach Orchards of Asgard, Caramel Apple and Blackberry of Mirkwood. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
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, plus new design your own “Pandora” style jewelry. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Harlow Gardens
Made in Manette (will return in 2011)
Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence (will return October 14)
Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts (will return in 2011)
Serenity Now
Sersie’s Seasonings (will return in 2011)
StartNow
Works by Ariegaw (will return in 2011)

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Oct 7th & 14th – Kinda Country (Jeff Berger)

MARKET FUN-RAISING
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.

This posting is abridged; for the full story, subscribe! Send us an email at bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, with “Subscribe me to eNews!” in the Subject.

Follow Bremerton Farmers Market on Facebook & get our latest updates on Twitter (BremertonFM)!

Gotta Love that Crisp Fall Air!

Fall is here and this week’s Market promises to be a clear, crisp day. I love Fall! There are lots of great Fall activities going on around the Puget Sound, including farm tours and the Kitsap Food Co-op’s Fall Fair. This is a great time of year to make connections with your local producers on the farm. If you’re interested to visit the Key Peninsula (where I hail from), there are eight farms open on Saturday, from 10am – 4pm, plus a Fiber Arts Show at the Longbranch Improvement Club. For more information: Pierce County HarvestFEST.

I’d also like to give a shout out to Freddie Ettel, the newest BFM Community Member – thanks for your support of the Bremerton Farmers Market! Our last Market day is October 14th… help us make this season the best ever by supporting your local farmers, food producers, and artisans every week.

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Broomhollow (NEW) – 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.

Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, nectarines, apples, and pears from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, and cucumbers 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, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT and debit/credit accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – basil, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and greens, plus elegant lettuce and arugula. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT and 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.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Candy Apple, Idun’s Apple Cobbler, Pumpkin Lord, Arctic Vanilla, Raspberry Cream, and Orchards of Asgard. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

Made in Manette – handmade aprons, clothespin bags, soaps, and knitted goods. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

Mel’s Bells Jewelry – beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, plus new design your own “Pandora” style jewelry. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

Serenity Now – jarred candles and votives, melts, travel tins, and pillars, plus, for your edgier side, metal garden art and planters. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Harlow Gardens
Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence
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:
Sept 30th and Oct 7th & 14th – Kinda Country (Jeff Berger)

MARKET FUN-RAISING
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.

This posting is abridged; for the full story, subscribe! Send us an email at bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, with “Subscribe me to eNews!” in the Subject.

Follow Bremerton Farmers Market on Facebook & get our latest updates on Twitter (BremertonFM)!

And, so, the countdown beings…

It takes a village to support a Farmers Market. Thankfully, Bremerton Farmers Market is surrounded by a pretty awesome community. Inspired by the farmer, Master Gardener, and fellow community member who pledged their support to the Bremerton Farmers Market two weeks ago, regular Market participant and local foods blogger, Brandy Williams, stepped up to offer her Sponsorship for the BFM, too.

We thank you, Brandy, for braving the rain last week and for shopping the Market week in and week out. Your sponsorship helps sustain the goals and mission of the Bremerton Farmers Market. Check out Brandy’s blog to find out more about this intrepid local food and farming aficionado: www.KitsapCuisine.com.

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, nectarines, and apples from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, and beets 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 reasons; debit/credit tokens redeemable. Produce grown using organic methods.

Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT and debit/credit accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – basil, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and greens, plus elegant lettuce and arugula. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT and debit/credit tokens accepted.

Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.

Sersie’s Seasonings – Spices and seasoning mixes. Xcentric Girl pins. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Candy Apple, Idun’s Apple Cobbler, Freyja’s Chocolate Mousse, Arctic Vanilla, Raspberry Cream, and Peach Cobbler of Asgard. EBT accepted for eligible items; debit/credit tokens accepted.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

Made in Manette – handmade aprons, clothespin bags, soaps, and knitted goods. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

Mel’s Bells Jewelry – beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, plus new design your own “Pandora” style jewelry. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

Serenity Now – jarred candles and votives, melts, travel tins, and pillars, plus, for your edgier side, metal garden art and planters. Debit/credit tokens accepted.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Harlow Gardens
London Maid Crumpets & Crackers (returns September 30)
Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence (returns September 30)
Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts (will return in 2011)
Works by Ariegaw (will return in 2011)

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Sept 23rd, 30th and Oct 7th & 14th – Jeff Berger (contemporary country)

MARKET FUN-RAISING
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.

This posting is abridged; for the full story, subscribe! Send us an email at bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, with “Subscribe me to eNews!” in the Subject.

Follow Bremerton Farmers Market on Facebook & get our latest updates on Twitter (BremertonFM)!

Rain or shine, we’re ready for you!

The Kitsap Community and Agricultural Alliance, an organization dedicated to the construction of a local food network in Kitsap County and the surrounding counties, is hosting their 2nd Annual “Local Food Chef Show Off” this Sunday, September 19th, in conjunction with Olympic College’s Culinary Arts Institute. This is a wonderful opportunity to savor delicious cuisine prepared by the region’s best chefs who will be using local ingredients sourced from Kitsap Peninsula farms.

Doors at Olympic College’s Bremer Student Center open at 1pm and the meal is served buffet style from 1:30pm – 3:30pm. Visit with local food and farming enthusiasts, peruse the business trade and farm displays, and enjoy the live music of Olalla based “Magical Strings.” After your meal, stay for guest speakers Don Stuart, of the American Farmland Trust, and Sandra Staples-Bortner, of the Great Peninsula Conservancy.

This is your last chance to buy tickets at the Bremerton Farmers Market before the event. Remember, Bremerton FM will get 10% of the sales for all tickets sold at the Market, or by our Board Members. For more information bout the event: www.localfoodchefshowoff.org.

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, nectarines, plums, apples, and pears from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, cucumbers, and beets from Paul’s farm. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Harlow Gardens – Swiss chard, kale, collard, tomatoes, peppers, beans, beets, summer squash, and cucumbers. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – basil, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and greens, plus elegant lettuce and arugula. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT accepted.

Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas. EBT accepted for eligible items.

London Maid Crumpets – crumpets by the package and rosemary crackers. EBT accepted.

Sersie’s Seasonings – Spices and seasoning mixes. Xcentric Girl pins. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Frozen Fudge, Peach Cobbler of Asgard, Raspberry Cream, Lemon Meringue, and of course Arctic Vanilla. EBT accepted for eligible items.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Authentic African Art – handmade baskets

Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories.

Made in Manette – handmade aprons, clothespin bags, soaps, and knitted goods.

Mel’s Bells Jewelry – beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, plus new design your own “Pandora” style jewelry

Serenity Now – jarred candles and votives, melts, travel tins, and pillars, plus, for your edgier side, metal garden art and planters.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

Kitsap Food Co-op – The Co-op volunteers return to the Market this season to catch you up-to-date on the progress of bringing a Food Co-op to Kitsap County and educate the community on why this is such a great project. Bring your questions!

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Glenwood Gardens (returns September 23)

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Sept 16th – Rangers & the Re-Arrangers (gypsy jazz) – THIS WEEK

MARKET FUN-RAISING
Buy your KCAA “2nd Annual Local Chef Show Off” dinner tickets, for the September 19th event, from the Bremerton Farmers Market and support your local farmers, agriculture, and the farmers market. Tickets are $30 per person, or $55 for a couple, in advance; $40 each person at the door, if there are tickets available. Children 6-12 are $15 in advance, $20 at the door; children under 6 are free (but, please let us know how many you are bringing).

Thanks to everyone who came to our Rummage Sale last weekend. The BFM Board was able to raise $776 for the Market that will go towards our beginning of the season expenses for 2011!

You can also 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.

This posting is abridged; for the full story, subscribe! Send us an email at bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, with “Subscribe me to eNews!” in the Subject.

Follow Bremerton Farmers Market on Facebook & get our latest updates on Twitter (BremertonFM)!

This place is wonderful!

The Bremerton Farmers Market is a magical place, held together by a careful weave of volunteers, dedicated vendors, one part time employee, a plethora of committed community members, and our loyal customers. This week, I’d like to highlight three friends to the Market who keep the magic alive.

First, there is Jeanine Nolan, a Master Gardener intern who has completed more clinics in our Market than any other intern.  Last week I discovered she is so dedicated to the Bremerton Farmers Market that she takes an hour and a half of vacation time each week she participates in the Master Gardener clinic.  How cool is that?

Second, we have Michael Maria, our most recent “Community Member”, who read about this opportunity to support the Bremerton Farmers Market in the eNews and offered to show his support.  Thanks, Michael!

Third, we honor Nikki Johanson, the farmer behind Pheasant Fields Farm, who is so invested in the Bremerton Farmers Market that not only does her farm vend in two booths every week, bringing the largest variety of produce available in the Market, but she negotiated a fundraising opportunity with the Kitsap Community and Agriculture Alliance to sell their “Local Chef Show Off” tickets (subliminal message… buy your KCAA dinner tickets from the Bremerton Farmers Market…) and blew our socks off with a Bremerton Farmers Market Sponsorship surprise last week!

Thank you to all the people who make the Bremerton Farmers Market a success: volunteers, Community Members, and Sponsors, oh my!

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, nectarines, plums, and apples from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, and beets from Paul’s farm. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Harlow Gardens – Swiss chard, kale, collard, tomatoes, peppers, beans, beets, summer squash, and cucumbers. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – basil, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and greens, plus elegant lettuce and arugula. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT accepted.

Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas. EBT accepted for eligible items.

London Maid Crumpets – crumpets by the package and rosemary crackers. EBT accepted.

Sersie’s Seasonings – Spices and seasoning mixes. Xcentric Girl pins. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Sea Monster, Arctic Vanilla, Lemon Meringue, Raspberry Cream, and Blackberry of Mordor. EBT accepted for eligible items.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories.

Made in Manette – handmade aprons, clothespin bags, soaps, and knitted goods.

Mel’s Bells Jewelry – beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, plus new design your own “Pandora” style jewelry

Serenity Now – jarred candles and votives, melts, travel tins, and pillars, plus, for your edgier side, metal garden art and planters.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Catalina Crafts (returns September 16)
Glenwood Gardens (returns September 23)
Hakuna Matata (returns September 16)
Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts (possibly out for the rest of the season)
Works by Ariegaw (will return in 2011)

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Sept 9th – Billy and Gracie Tea (blues, folk, gypsy jazz duo) – THIS WEEK
Sept 16th – Rangers & the Re-Arrangers (gypsy jazz)

MARKET FUN-RAISING
The Bremerton Farmers Market Board is getting creative with ways to raise funds to ensure the Market returns next season. The Rummage Sale is this weekend – Saturday, September 11th at Harlow Gardens (5946 Harlow Drive), from 9am – 3pm. We would love your support – so, we hope to see you there!

Buy your KCAA “2nd Annual Local Chef Show Off” dinner tickets, for the September 19th dinner & presentation, from the Bremerton Farmers Market and support your local farmers, agriculture, and the farmers market. Tickets are $30 per person, or $55 for a couple, in advance; $40 each person at the door, if there are tickets available. Children 6-12 are $15 in advance, $20 at the door; children under 6 are free (but, please let us know how many you are bringing).

You can also 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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Another beautiful Market Day awaits you!

You might be interested to know that the Bremerton Farmers Market is a member of a larger organization, the Washington State Farmers Market Association (WSFMA), which is an independent coalition of over 125 farmers markets in Washington State dedicated to supporting farmers markets of all sizes or location.

Membership in the association offers training opportunities, a network of knowledgeable Market Managers and Board members to act as mentors, a shared library of documents (from applications and bylaws, to job descriptions and business plans), as well as marketing and political connections. It was the WSFMA who administered the Wireless Technology Project last year, bringing debit/credit/EBT to 24 new Markets in Washington and inspired the Bremerton Farmers Market Board to do the same for our Market.

The WSFMA hosts an annual conference which not only provides classes on topics relevant to Market Managers, Board Members, and Farmers, but also brings together the best of the best in “our industry” to network and learn from each other. The next WSFMA conference, “Planning for Prosperity,” January 28 & 29, 2011, will be held in Leavenworth, WA at the Sleeping Lady Resort. The keynote speakers will be Pamela Roy, the Co-Director of Farm to Table, and Mark Winne, widely recognized as the “community food system” guru.

New, this year, the WSFMA is also launching a series of awards to recognize the outstanding leaders in our farmers market networks with the WSFMA Market of the Year, WSFMA Manager of the Year, and WSFMA Farmer of the Year. Nominations are accepted from anyone, and must be received by September 15, 2010. http://bit.ly/2011WSFMA-Awards for more information.

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Glenwood Gardens – perennials, drought resistant shrubs, and dwarf conifers with fantastic foliage, and newly blooming echinaceas .

Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, nectarines, plums, and apples from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, and beets from Paul’s farm. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Harlow Gardens – Swiss chard, kale, collard, tomatoes, peppers, beans, beets, summer squash, and cucumbers. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – basil, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and greens, plus elegant lettuce and arugula. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT accepted.

Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas. EBT accepted for eligible items.

London Maid Crumpets – crumpets by the package and rosemary crackers. EBT accepted.

Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts – 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. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be: Blackberry of Myrkwood, Arctic Vanilla, Orange Cream, Lemon Meringue, and Raspberry Cream. EBT accepted for eligible items.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Catalina Crafts – handmade cards, paintings, photography, bracelets, painted clothing and journals

Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories.

Hakuna Matata – handmade clothing items, some from recycled fabrics, fleece capes, purses, lightweight scarves, and farm art

Mel’s Bells Jewelry – beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, plus new design your own “Pandora” style jewelry

Serenity Now – jarred candles and votives, melts, travel tins, and pillars, plus, for your edgier side, metal garden art and planters.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence (returns September 9)
Made in Manette (returns September 9)

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
Sept 9th – Billy and Gracie Tea (blues, folk, gypsy jazz duo) – NEXT WEEK
Sept 16th – Rangers & the Re-Arrangers (gypsy jazz)

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A little bit Country

Is it next week already? Time flies! The news from Doug’s meeting with the parks department is not what we had hoped. Due to their not being any vehicle access to the grassy parts of Evergreen Park, or other parks in the city, the Bremerton Farmers Market will not be able to move out of the parking lot this season.

Therefore, we will continue to do our best to keep our vendors out of the general parking areas for Evergreen Park and the surrounding neighborhoods and look for alternate parking options. You can help by walking or biking to the Market, too! In the end, the goal is to make the Bremerton Farmers Market accessible to everyone, which does not include parking tickets, but wholesome foods and the wonderful community meeting place the Market has become.

Part of our commitment to accessibility is offering food stamp redemption in the Market, as well as debit/credit payment options. Remember to “purchase” your tokens from the Market Manager – the lady in the chicken apron – for spending with vendors in the Market.

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Glenwood Gardens – perennials, drought resistant shrubs, and dwarf conifers with fantastic foliage, and newly blooming echinaceas .

Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, nectarines, and apples from Eastern WA, plus zucchini, onions, and beets from Paul’s farm. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Harlow Gardens – Summer squash, pickling cucumbers, tomatoes, Swiss chard, kale, garlic, shallots, flat leaf parsley, green beans, and maybe blueberries. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – basil, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and greens, plus elegant lettuce and arugula. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas. EBT accepted for eligible items.

London Maid Crumpets – crumpets by the package and rosemary crackers. EBT accepted.

Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence – chocolates, caramel covered snacks and apples, chocolate dipped marshmallows, frozen bananas, and more, plus hot meatball sandwich, Chicken Salad or Egg Salad sandwiches, all served with a side of Polynesian Coleslaw or Waldorf Salad. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts – 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. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be Arctic Vanilla, Blueberry Bounty, Lemon Meringue, Loganberry and Orchards of Asgard. EBT accepted for eligible items.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Authentic African Art – handmade, collapsible grass baskets

Catalina Crafts – handmade cards, paintings, photography, bracelets, painted clothing and journals

Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories.

Hakuna Matata (NEW) – handmade clothing items, some from recycled fabrics, fleece capes, purses, lightweight scarves, and farm art

Made in Manette – Knitted goods, soaps, aprons, and clothes pin bags

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Crimson Cove (returns September 2)
LuLiGirl
Maudie Beez Cheesecake Bouquets
Mel’s Bells Jewelry (returns September 2)
Serenity Now
The Old Wheelbarrow
Unicorn Glass Design

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
August 26th – Kinda Country (classic country) – THIS WEEK
Sept 9th – Billy and Gracie Tea (blues, folk, gypsy jazz duo)
Sept 16th – Rangers & the Re-Arrangers (gypsy jazz)

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16 weeks down, 8 weeks to go!

As many of you know, parking at Evergreen Park is somewhat challenging, especially on a warm, clear, summer day when the playgrounds are full of families and the waters are full of boats.  The Bremerton Farmers Market Board President, Doug Millard, of Harlow Gardens, has been working with the City and Parks department towards a solution for most of the season.  The first compromise came in the form of a new sign posted in the boat trailer parking area.  The second option was a complicated offer to self-monitor the boat trailer parking spots.

On Wednesday, Doug met with the head of the Parks department in an effort to relocate the Bremerton Farmers Market to one of three different grassy areas within Evergreen Park, thereby freeing up the parking lot where the Market is currently located.  This is proposal, which was reviewed last season, seems to be a workable solution, pending a few caveats, such as vendor set-up/break down and handicap access.  I have not yet heard the results of this meeting, so, there will not be a new location for us this week; but, next week, who knows???

WHO’LL BE AT MARKET THIS WEEK*:
FARMERS/GROWERS:
Glenwood Gardens – perennials, drought resistant shrubs, and dwarf conifers with fantastic foliage.

Gregory Farm – blueberries, peaches, and nectarines from Eastern WA. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Harlow Gardens – Summer squash, pickling cucumbers, tomatoes, Swiss chard, kale, garlic, shallots, flat leaf parsley, green beans, and maybe blueberries. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

Pheasant Fields Farm – potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, beets, cabbage, chard, kale, garlic, green onions, large salad onions, summer squash, English cucumbers, slicing and pickling cucumbers, an assortment of herbs, lettuce bowls, pepper plants – and farm fresh eggs. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

StartNow – green beans, cucumbers, zucchini, peppers, tomatoes, kale, lettuce, arugula, and more. WIC/FMNP/EBT accepted. Produce grown using organic methods.

FOOD VENDORS:
CJ’s Evergreen General Store – BBQ’d corn, 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.

Crimson Cove – smoked sea salt, smoked nut sea salt, smoked nuts, black cod, salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, and other cheeses, plus salmon fromage blanc. EBT accepted.

Hummingbird Hills Soda – 14 varieties of homemade sodas. EBT accepted for eligible items.

London Maid Crumpets – crumpets by the package, and, maybe, crackers. EBT accepted.

Sandy’s Gourmet Indulgence – chocolates, caramel covered snacks and apples, chocolate dipped marshmallows, frozen bananas, and more, plus hot BBQ Beef Sandwich, Chicken Salad or Egg Salad sandwiches, all served with a side of Polynesian Coleslaw or Waldorf Salad. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Scoops Roasted Nuts & Bavarian Bratwursts – 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. EBT accepted for eligible items.

Viking Feast Ice Cream – Flavors this week will be Arctic Vanilla, Key Lime, Raspberry Cream, Blueberry Bounty, and Orchards of Asgard. EBT accepted for eligible items.

ARTISTS/CRAFTERS:
Diane’s Dezines – necklaces, bracelets, gemstone or wire wrapped jewelry pieces, cell phone cases, and accessories.

Made in Manette – Knitted goods, soaps, aprons, and clothes pin bags

Serenity Now – jarred candles and votives, melts, travel tins, and pillars, plus, for your edgier side, metal garden art and planters.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
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.

Kitsap Food Co-op: The Co-op volunteers return to the Market this season to catch you up-to-date on the progress of bringing a Food Co-op to Kitsap County and educate the community on why this is such a great project. Bring your questions!

*List of participating vendors is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

OUT THIS WEEK:
Authentic African Art (returns August 26)
LuLiGirl
Mel’s Bells Jewelry
The Old Wheelbarrow

MUSIC IN THE MARKET:
August 19th – Rangers & the Re-Arrangers (gypsy jazz) – THIS WEEK
Sept 9th – Billy and Gracie Tea (blues, folk, gypsy jazz duo)

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER TO GET EXCLUSIVE COUPONS

eNews subscribers get coupons and special deals from the vendors, which are only available only to subscribers, including the Kid’s Corner with a continual Bremerton Farmers Market “Eye Spy” game.

This posting is abridged; for the full story, subscribe! Send us an email at bremertonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, with “Subscribe me to eNews!” in the Subject.

Follow Bremerton Farmers Market on Facebook & get our latest updates on Twitter (BremertonFM)!