September 9th – Second Saturday in September


  • School may have started and summer vacations are over, but the Summer Market is still going strong with plenty of fresh local produce every Saturday through October!
  • Wildflower Ridge Honey will have honeycomb this Saturday and September is National Honey Month!
  • Niche Nourishment is bringing two new items this week – Cherry Almond Coffee Cake and Pumpkin Spice Crumble Cake!
  • Although we have several of our ready-to-eat vendors out this week (see below), there are plenty of delicious options for breakfast. Enjoy JMT Breakfast (biscuits & gravy), Skillington Farms (sausage egg sandwiches & smoothies), Lumpia Creations (Filipino egg rolls), Apricot Sun (pita pocket eggs), or Walking Waffles (Belgian Liege waffles).
  • The ARPO Dog Olympics are September 16th. Don’t miss all the doggie doings and canine capers at Broad Ripple Park.


  • U-Relish and Apricot Sun are with us off-schedule this week.
  • Between vacations, family duties, and festivals, these vendors are out Saturday – Amazing Hazel’s, Bake Sale Bakery, Byrne’s Grilled Pizza, Corea Kimchi, Daily Blossom, La Chinita Poblana, and Turchetti’s Salumeria.
  • 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 entrance to the market. The QR Code will take you to the Vendor Map on our website.

Remember to bring CASH in order to purchase from the few vendors who don’t take credit cards (Johnnie Raber Family Farm, Norman Mullet Farm, and Phelps Family Farm).

Lost & Found items are turned in to the BRFM Information Tent – be sure to check there if you’ve lost something (coffee mugs, wallets, sunglasses) at the Market.

WHAT’S COOKING: Plentiful Peppers

You may have noticed an abundance of peppers, both hot and sweet, at the Market. Stock up on them now and you’ll have myriad ways to add sunshine to your meals all winter long. Freeze them, dry them, or roast them for fresh salsas. Saute them or chop them and use them to perk up any dish you as you wish.

Get the recipes.


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 browse the booths.


Nautilus is a fusion rock band that specializes in jamming/funk. They play everything from classic rock to bluegrass to jazz. You may have seen/heard them at First Friday festivities around Indianapolis.

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


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