We have had a very busy year at the Market despite all the challenges the vendors have faced weather wise. You probably have noticed all the empty spaces this summer; some of our vendors did not have enough product to fill all of their contracted stalls. In my sixteen years of managing the farmers market, I cannot remember a year quite like this.
Although our market blog has been a little spotty, we have been keeping busy visiting farms and crafters workshops throughout the summer. Finding the time to update the blog seems to be our biggest challenge. This is where our travels took Gina and I over the last few months.
Frye Farm and Country Market & Freshmaters (Father & Son)
Farmer w/ Local Supplement
Saturdays Pavilion 1, 2 & 3; Stalls 27-29, 58-59, 129-130.
Sundays Pavilion 1 & 3; Stalls 36-38, 135-136
Supplements peaches and some greenhouse tomatoes, grows bedding and vegetable plants & tomatoes.
Fahrmeier U-Pick & Produce Market / Fahrmeier Winery
Farmers 100% Grower & Farmer w/ Local Supplement
Saturdays Pavilion 1; stalls 6-8
Grows grapes, blackberries, strawberries, mums, assorted vegetables and produces wine.
Farmer 100% Grower
Saturdays Pavilion 2; stall 89
Grows Elephant Garlic
Centennial Iris Gardens
Farmer w/ Local Grown Supplement
Sundays Pavilion 3; Stalls 121-122
Specializes in Iris and perennial & annual bedding plants