This Saturday

It’s a great time for fruit at the Market – we have peaches, blueberries, blackberries, and now apples are here! Wild’s Apple Farm joins us this week with the first apples of the season! And Pete’s Peaches will have two varieties new for the season – Garnet Beauty and Earliglo. But veggies are not taking a back seat! We’ll have tomatoes, cucumbers, beets, carrots, squash, onions, garlic, herbs, cauliflower, green beans, cabbage, eggplant, mushrooms, and lots of greens!

Vendor Schedules

Lick Ice Cream and Maplewood Farms are out this week but the rest of our full time vendors will be there – including Freedom Valley Farm who was out last week. This is Week 2 for our part-time vendors but Russell Sheep Company is with us to make up for being out last week!

See our complete Summer Market Vendor List for regular schedules for all of our full-time and part-time vendors. And check out the Vendor Map to locate your favorite vendors this week.

Other Market News

We are still working on finding the best place for our recycle/compost /landfill trash cans. This week Green With Indy is working with us by moving their tent next to Hubbard &  Cravens. We hope this central location will work well for all our customers. While you are there, learn about their residential composting service!

The Duck Race is Back!

Entries for the Duck Race go on sale starting this Saturday and every Saturday at the Market thru August 28. The Race itself takes place on August 29 from 3-5 PM. Entries are $6 each or 6 for $30, can be bought only with cash or debit card and the purchaser must be at least 18 year old. Learn about all the prizes and everything else you need to know on the Duck Race home page.

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: 
A Marriage Made in Heaven

They showed up on the same Saturday – the first peaches and blueberries of the season. Make this simple delicious crisp and you’ll forever want more. Peaches and blueberries really are meant to be together.  Recipe here.

MUSICAL GUEST:
Proctor & Strunk

We always look forward to having Mark Proctor and Kevin Strunk back with their nostalgic mix of pop, rock, and folk music from the last 50 years! Our musicians volunteer for duty at the Market so tips are much appreciated!