Fresh bouquets for mom at Harvest Moon Flower Farm.

Pedestrian and Vehicle Traffic at the Market

We’ve made a couple of adjustments to the parking area this week that we hope will make navigating the lot a bit easier. We have painted a crosswalk from the parking area to the Market entrance/exit on the east side of the lot and shifted the entrance/exit to the east so that pedestrian traffic can safely cross and vehicle traffic can move more freely.

Please also be aware of the crosswalk from the overflow parking at the Landmark’s Glendale 12 Theater on the west side of Rural north of the Market. If you are parking there, it will be much safer to use that crosswalk to reach the east side of the street where there is a sidewalk from the apartments down to the Market area.

Thank you all for your cooperation and patience. See the map here.

Vendor News & Notes for May 13


  • Amazing Hazel’sbloody Mary mix, sloppy joe mix, hot sauces (2/4)
  • Primal Delightskombucha, krauts (2/4) (they are back with us from several seasons ago)
  • Compean & Sons – fresh vegetables, flower baskets, plants (ALL)

Beautiful hand-crafted pieces at Hole Pottery.


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 Vendor Map each week in this newsletter or scan the Vendor Map QR Code at the market entrance!

Mothers’ Day Shopping at the Market

There are plenty of great ideas for mom gifts at the Market this week.

  • Fresh bouquets, dried flowers, hanging baskets
  • Potted arrangements, bedding plants
  • Chocolates, cookies, pies, pastries, ice cream
  • Artisan cheeses, preserves, charcuterie, bee products
  • Cocktail mixes, hard cider, custom tea blends
  • Handcrafted pottery & wood utensils
  • Soaps, creams, balms, ointments, essential oils
  • And so much more!

WHAT’S COOKING: Crave-worthy Carrots

One of my favorite memories (when my husband and I were dating), involves an Italian restaurant, and the amazing fried carrots that we had to order every time. I recently discovered a recipe that sounds deliciously similar to that romantic shared dish. With warmer weather finally here it’s time to get out and grill, and crispy carrot fries would go great with a juicy burger!  Get the recipe.

MUSICAL GUEST: North – 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: South – 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!

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

REST IN PEACE: Jack Cody of Jack’s Caramel Corn

As we were preparing for the last Winter Market and the start of the Summer Market, we received word of the sudden passing
due to a heart attack of BRFM vendor Jack Cody. Please keep his wife, family, and friends in your prayers.

Jack Thomas Cody Obituary


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