Hanging flower baskets at Compean & Sons

Mother’s Day Shopping at the Market

We have everything you need to celebrate MOM! Of course you’ll find fresh local produce, meat, eggs, and artisanal foods (see recipe below). But also look for fresh cut flowers, hanging baskets, garden and bedding plants, garden soil, pottery, wood utensils and cutting boards, gourmet chocolates, artisanal ice cream, honey, cocktail mixers, pastries, pies, cheeses, charcuterie, and more.  

Highlights for May 11 – Week 2

Vendor News 
  • New Weeks 2/4 Vendors starting this Saturday – Indie Coffee Roasters, 4 Birds Bakery, and Chez Pauline.
  • Johnnie Raber will have plenty of strawberries & tomatoes available again this week.
  • Hole Pottery will have a Seconds Sale of 50-90% off pottery seconds. Come early for best selection!
  • Filigree Bakery will have special macarons for Mothers’ Day.
  • Tulip Tree Creamery sold out of mozzarella in two hours last week. Get there early for mozz this Saturday.
  • Look for asparagus, rhubarb, spring onions, green garlic, and spring greens from our farmers throughout the Market.
  • We have switched the locations of Groomsville Popcorn and Indy Go Green/Waste Station so that the bins for trash/compost/recycling will be easier to see and access from the dining area and entrance/exit.
Vendor Schedules 
  • Compean & Sons will start this Saturday with hanging baskets, bedding plants, potted plants, and produce.
  • Lick Ice Cream returns to the Market (weeks 2/4) after being out last summer. Look for unique flavor combinations of their gourmet artisanal hand made ice creams.
  • 3-in-1 Restaurant is delaying their return to the Market due to staffing issues.
  • Farm to Product and Get Dirt Rich will not be at the Market this Saturday.

To find vendor locations at the Market, check the newsletter Vendor Map each week or scan the Vendor Map QR Code at the entrance to the Market. Click here to see the complete list of our Summer Market vendors. The Vendor Map and Vendor list are also available on our website.

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

Lost & Found items are turned in to the BRFM Information booth – be sure to check there if you’ve lost something (water bottles, wallets, kids’ stuff) at the Market.

 

 

 

 

WHAT’S COOKING: Farmers Market Overnight Breakfast Casserole

This Sunday is Mother’s Day and we’ve got a great idea for you. Prepare this delicious healthy casserole Saturday evening after shopping for ingredients at the Market; refrigerate overnight, and voila – best Mother’ Day brunch ever!
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 Sistersback this week. Happy harmonies to serenade you while you enjoy breakfast and beverage in the dining area.

MUSICAL GUEST: South – Whobilados

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 shop for Mothers’ Day or take a break to sit and listen.

 

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

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