Non-Partisan Voter Registration will be available next to the Information Booth through October.
Vendor Highlights for September 17, Week #3
Featured this week:
- Plenty of tomatoes, corn, beans, peppers, apples, berries, greens, onions, melons, and more.
- Wild’s Apple Farm is bringing the donut machine to make hot fresh cider mini-donuts this week with toppings.
- ARPO Annual Dog Olympics is happening this Saturday, Sept. 17th. To participate, sign up on their event page.
- September is National Honey Month — visit Wildflower Ridge Honey and Eagle Creek Apiary this Saturday for local honey and bee products. See our facebook page for this week’s special.
- Non-Partisan Voter Registration will be available next to the Information booth at the Market through October.
Other Vendor news:
- This is the last Saturday of the season for both Guacamole & More and The Daily Blossom.
- Sunshine Valley Farm is here on their monthly schedule with lamb.
- Filigree Bakery is making one of their special pop-in appearances with mini snack cakes, banana bread, apple crisp, snickerdoodles, and seasonal macarons.
- Byrnes Grilled Pizza, La Chinita Poblana, and Nicey Treat are back this Saturday; and Lumpia Creations is with us off-schedule.
- Maplewood Farm, Turchetti’s Salumeria, and Vegan Cheese Lady are all out this week.
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: Baked Tomato Time
As the weather turns a little cooler in the fall, it’s a great time to take advantage of the continuing tomato harvest for some delicious baked tomato dishes. Pair either of these with steamed green beans or sauteed chard for a very satisfying meal on a chilly fall evening. Get the recipe.
Our musicians volunteer to perform at the Market, so tips are much appreciated!
MUSICAL GUEST: Market Area – Thistle Sisters
We are pleased to have the Indianapolis-based folk duo of Julia Spangler and Bethany Walters (aka Thistle Sisters) back this week. Happy harmonies to serenade you while you shop.
MUSICAL GUEST: Dining Pavilion – Nick Ivanovich
It’s always good to have the popular Nick Ivanovich at the Market with his traditional Ukrainian folk music-influenced songs full of alluring minor modes and sweet melodies. Come listen while you enjoy your breakfast!