September 23rd – Fourth Saturday in September


  • There is still corn coming from My Dad’s Sweet Corn as well as tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, & other summer produce.
  • With pumpkins and mums available now thru October, customers might want to bring a wagon or other conveyance with them to get their large items to the car easily.
  • Agua Blanca Shrimp will be full time (every Saturday) thru October.
  • National Snack Stick Day is September 23rdPig’s Tale Charcuterie will have a special on snack sticks at the Market. Original, Honey BBQ, & Jalapeño – 2 packs for $10 and Lil Diablo – 2 packs for $12. 
  • Farm Aid 2023 is this weekend in Noblesville. Check out their website for all the info and photo gallery of farmer heroes, including our own Genesis McKenna of Full Hand Farm.


  • Corea Kimchi is back after being out for several weeks.
  • Daily Blossom, Filigree Bakery, Guacamole & More, La Chinita Poblana, Primal Delights, and Tailored Toddies are out this week.
  • Red Frazier Bison will be out this Saturday, but join us for our fifth week of the month next Saturday, on September 30th.
  • No biscuits and gravy tomorrow at JMT breakfast due to staffing issues.
  • 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: Taste of Late Summer

Now that the weather is turning cooler and fall is in the air, I’m beginning to crave some warm comforting baked dishes. But I’m not ready to be done with summer just yet. So, what could be better than a flaky crusty pie filled with ripe Indiana tomatoes and gooey creamy cheeses? Nothing I can think of.

Get the recipe.


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.


Whobilados play a mix of lively traditional tunes and originals blending multi-part vocals, with varied instruments, for their highly listenable music.  Be entertained while you enjoy breakfast and beverage in the dining pavilion.

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


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