This Saturday we have additional parking, more new vendors starting, welcome our 2021 Presenting Sponsor, and have everything you need to treat your mom for Mother’s Day. We hope you’ll join us at Second Presbyterian Church for all the fresh local produce, meats, eggs, and artisanal foods from over 70 vendors, you’ve come to love.
On a sad note, David Barrickman, Wildflower Ridge Honey, will not be at the market this week. His great nephew died in a crash on the way to his prom last weekend. Please keep David and his family in your thoughts and prayers as they grieve for their loss.
Expect to see:
- Lots of cut flowers, hanging baskets, garden plants, flower pots, and herb plants
- Asparagus, rhubarb, lettuces, mushrooms, tomatoes, leeks, and more fresh produce
- The first strawberries of the season at Johnnie Raber Family Farm (cash only)
- Pastries, pies, cookies, gourmet chocolates, soups, dips, breads, meats, eggs, and beverages
- Ready-to-Eat food with coffee and tea for you to enjoy in our dining pavilion
- Live music to accompany your breakfast in a park-like setting
- Additional parking spaces and updated traffic flow (click for more details)
Say hello to brand-new vendor, Better Edges (blade sharpening). Back from the 2019 season, look for ARPO, Alliance for Responsible Pet Ownership (pet adoption services). And we’ll have Popup vendor, Easy Peasy Garden Solutions visiting this Saturday. They do amazingly cool raised garden and flower beds.
These vendors who started late last fall/winter, will be part of the 2021 Summer Market. This week look for Kuacha & m(eh), Positive Foodie Vibes, Soupremacy,and Sugar Bar. Also back Saturday, find Compean & Sons, Red Frazier Bison, and Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood.
See our Summer Market Vendor List for ALL the details.
Trash & Recycling:
Although Green with Indy will not be joining us for a few weeks, we’ll have trash and recycling located near the path to the dining pavilion. This should make it easy and convenient to dispose of your trash & recycles as you leave the area. When GWI returns, they will be located on the east end of the north row, adjacent to the path. Meanwhile, look for the signs.
Broad Ripple Magazine (our presenting sponsor) is happy to be a part of the market this week. Michael and Lindsay Durr will be distributing the May issue and chatting with market patrons. Be sure to follow, tag and share photos of you with your magazine for a chance to be featured in June’s issue. @broadripplemag #sharebroadripple
Don’t forget that a few of our vendors do not take credit cards (Johnnie Raber Family Farm, Norman Mullet Farm, and Ann’s Asparagus/Pete’s Peaches), so if you want to purchase from those vendors, you’ll need to bring cash with you.