Sally Frankenstein’s Farmers’ Market Monster Mash October 26

Join us for our last outdoor market of the season on October 26th! Calling all ghosts and monsters..and your pets! We’ll have a costume parade down the farmers’ market path at 4:30PM. Stop by our vendors for a ” treat.” Open mic with Tim Kochanski from 4-6pm. Our kid’s club sprouts will have a special trick for the kids-can they guess what vegetable it is by touch? Play the game “toss the spider on the web,” meet up with your friends, and grab some tasty Fall produce from our farms. You’ll have a monstah’ of a time.Market Monster Mash-2

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With a little help from our friends

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The Bread Shop Ladies. Picture taken by Suman Shah

Our market attracts an amazing community and camaraderie feel. Our vendors enjoy being at the market and connecting with market goers. They bring fresh produce and goods to the market, and our market goers help support our vendors by purchasing their local produce and goods. Even better, our vendors support one another. Last week was a bit windy and our food demo chef, Suman Shah, was having difficulty keeping the ‘flame alive’, well, The Bread Shop came to the rescue by giving their panini grill to Suman to help cook the veggies. Find out more about that story, the recipe and our incredible vendor team.

Only 3 more outdoor market days left! We can’t believe it. This Thursday is set to be a lovely day and we still have deliciousness to offer you. There’s also free bike checks from the Melrose Bike/Ped committee from 4-6pm. Reserve your time slot today.  Come out for music, fun, food, and enjoyment.

 

 

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Senior Day Success!

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Thank you for making Senior Day at the Market such a success. We had a nice multigenerational turnout to take part in music, yoga, tai chi, food demos while shopping with our farms. Special thanks to our sponsor, Forestdale Park Senior Living for generously contributing to the day both finically and providing a Brain Healthy Cooking demonstration with one of their Chefs, Eric Malone. Chef Eric shopped for his ingredients right at the market, making the demo so much more engaging and the results were delicious!

 

 

We also had a rocking band, The Senior Tones, here’s a little throwback to one of their performances.

Thank you to Susan Becker for leading Tai Chi and Liz Elia for leading chair Yoga! In a sea of activity, these two activities looked very peaceful and centered. It was amazing to watch. IMG_8006

 

This is the last week you can test the health of your garden soil with the Ask A Master Gardeners. Please follow these steps to take a soil sample. We have a full line up of 27  vendors, including two NEW vendors making an appearance this week: Ugly Baby Soap Company and Muddy River Herbals. Come check them out! See you at the market this week.

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