First market of summer: June 24th here we come!

We have a great day planned for everyone! Let's do without any wet weather during the market itself, okay? Okay! 

Stuff for kids!

Wind chimes. The activity for the little ones will be making wind chimes. How much fun is that? 

But wait, there's more - yes, a Yoga festival. popup outdoor kids and family yoga festival led by Allison DeSalvo, is from 10:30 to 11:30 on the lawn in front of the library in celebration of International Yoga Day. The kids and parents had a wonderful time last year (great photo and video opps), so come by this Saturday! 

Food truckin'! Bonjour Crêperie, the home of authentic and delicious crêpes, breakfast or lunch, sweet or savory, will be the food truck of the day. 

No better place for great music! The musicians are two amazingly talented and very local acts, Last Chance (with Jack Scott and Ingrid Rosenback) at 9:30 and John Bickel at 11:30. 

Or beautiful crafts! Our featured artist is Katie Horn of Cat Horn Accessory. We're happy to welcome her to her first market. She handcrafts items that offer fun, colorful, indie accessories for women and men for everyday wear. 

Chef demo and tastings! We are very excited that, starting at 10:30, there will be a Chef Demo by the dynamic, creative culinary coaching duo, Jennifer Pfluger and Helen Nadel, who will be making (and sampling, of course!) some seasonal salads using very local ingredients (mostly from market vendors and from the Co-op). 

Vendor scoop. As for vendors, Neil's Sharpening Service, Nether Providence Soaps, and Hazel & Ash Organics will be on site for the second time this season. And crowd-favorite, Waffles for Tourettes (for their last market till September or so!), selling those exceptional Belgian Liège waffles as fast as Marc makes them. 

As well as the cornucopia of other farmers and food artisans you have come to know and--hopefully--love! 

See you Saturday!


The sweet music of Hanna Paige.

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