Vendor Highlights for October 15, Week #3

Featured this week:

  • Plenty of peppers, tomatoes, beans, apples, winter squash, greens, onions, and more. Plus mums, pumpkins, and fall decor!
  • Compean & Sons is bringing an extra big load of their unique pumpkin varieties this week, so come and get ’em!
  • It’s the last week of the 2022 season for My Dad’s Sweet Corn.
  • This week, shop for very nice men’s women’s & children’s clothing at the Women@Second Clothing Sale from 8-12 inside Second Presbyterian Church. Look for the signs.

Other Vendor news:

  • The Dirt Bar returns this Saturday with pretty autumnal pots & container plants.
  • Johnnie Raber Family Farm is back this week with mums and pumpkins after being out last week.
  • Corea Kimchi is out for the rest of the season.
  • Ash & Elm Hard Cider, Vegan Cheese Lady, Wildschool Market, Lick Ice Cream, Gallery Pastry Shop, and Home Ec are all out this Saturday.





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 Champions of Chili

Fall weather, with tailgating and campfires, just screams CHILI! At the Market last Saturday I saw loads of great chili ingredients. From fresh local onions, peppers, garlic, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, and more; to roasted peppers  (Artisano’s), herbs & spices (Redwine Farms), hot sauces (Farmer’s Sassy Sauce), and local naturally pastured meats – it’s a chili lovers paradise.  Get the recipes.


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

MUSICAL GUEST: Market Area – Aaron Lucas

Aaron Lucas is an Indiana singer and songwriter who’s obsession with Indie Rock has mellowed over the years into a sort of “Lounge Folk” style. Bands like The Avett Brothers, Fruitbats, and Dawes are some of the influences on his sound.

MUSICAL GUEST: Dining Pavilion – Pat McBride

Enjoy music by Pat McBride this week. Pat brings us folk rock originals along with standards and 60s favorites. He’s always popular at the Market.  Come listen to him sing and play while you breakfast in the dining pavilion!


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