The small south parking lot will not be available this Saturday. Additional parking is available in the west lot and at St. Luke’s Catholic Church, 75th and Illinois.

Vendor Highlights for September 10, Week #2

Featured this week:

  • Plenty of tomatoes, corn, beans, peppers, apples, berries, greens, onions, melons, and more.  Several vendors have peaches.
  • ARPO Annual Dog Olympics is coming up September 17th. More information at the Market or sign up on their event page.
  • September is National Honey Month — visit Wildflower Ridge Honey this Saturday for local honey and bee products. See our facebook page for this week’s special.

Other Vendor news:

  • Byrnes Grilled Pizza, La Chinita Poblana, Lumpia Creations, Nicey Treat, and Turchetti’s Salumeria are all out to participate in various festivals around town this weekend.
  • Daily Blossom – Nancy is out this Saturday for a 50th Class Reunion, and GT South BBQ is out thru September, back in October.
  • JP Parker Florists is out for the season.
  • Amelia’s Bread will not be coming to the Market this summer or to the Winter Market. Their new venue and production facility are consuming all their resources for now.

BRFM Event Note: The Ross Faris Dinner in the Garden and Award are cancelled this year since we don’t have a rain venue at Eskenazi (due to COVID concerns). But the event is on the calendar for next year – the third Sunday in September 2023.

See our alphabetical Summer Vendor List for all our vendors with their regular schedules and offerings. To find vendor locations at the Market, check the BRFM Vendor Map each week or scan the Vendor Map QR Code at the market entrance!





WHAT’S COOKING: The Genius of Ginger

Fresh ginger is here for a fleeting moment in the fall and it’s a game-changer when it comes to cooking. Nothing makes quite the impact on a recipe that fresh ginger does when paired with other tasty fall ingredients like beets, carrots, butternut, apples, and pears. Here are some brilliant dishes that make a meal, from soup & side to entrée & dessert — all with the genius of ginger!  Get the recipe.

Our musicians volunteer to perform at the Market, so tips are much appreciated!

MUSICAL GUEST: Market Area – Kris Huntley

Kris Huntley describes himself as a basic consumer born and raised on planet earth. He does a wide selection of catchy songs from the sixties to today with irresistable energy and style. You’re sure to be grooving and singing along.

MUSICAL GUEST: Dining Pavilion – Combustible Dust

Combustible Dust (aka Dustin McKinney), is influenced by American folk traditions, Brazilian music, songs from Spain, Eastern Europe, and Louisiana Creole. He is a music teacher as well as a singer and instrumentalist.



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