Father’s Day Shopping at the Market

We have everything you need to celebrate DAD! Of course you’ll find fresh local produce, meat, eggs, and artisanal foods. But also look for pottery, wood utensils and cutting boards, gourmet chocolates, cocktail mixers, pastries, pies, cheeses, charcuterie, and more. Or bring dad to the Market and treat him to coffee and breakfast and some great music while letting him browse and pick out his own gifts!

Highlights for June 15 – Week 3

Vendor News 
  • With the early spring warm weather this year asparagus, strawberries, and snap peas came on sooner than usual. They are winding down now, but summer crops are beginning to flourish. Blueberries and raspberries showed up last week as well as green beans. Loads of zucchini and cucumbers expected this week.
  • Home Ec will have pickled garlic scapes this Saturday!.
  • Get a $1 off Charcuterie Sauce when you buy a made-to-order Breakfast Omelet Pita Pocket at Apricot SunTasting samples with Sirocco goat cheese too!
  • Just a reminder that J’adore Bakery is with us this week #3.
  • Pete’s Peaches made a surprise appearance last Saturday with limited peaches and cherries. They will be back through the season as supply and staffing allow. We probably won’t know in time for the newsletter each week, so look for them at the Market or ask at the Info booth. (Remember, they are cash or venmo only).
  • My Dad’s Sweet Corn is expected to start on the 29th.
  • Don’t forget to purchase your tickets for the 2024 Farm Dinner to be held at Weathered Plow Farm in Camden on July 13th.
Vendor Schedules 
  • Chez Pauline and Oulala are out this Saturday.
  • Alcomy is out due to staffing issues.
  • La Chinita Poblana is also out, at the Talbott Street Art Fair.
  • Home Ec returns after being out last weekend.
  • Turchetti’s Salumeria is also back this week.





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, Johnnie Raber Family 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: Baja-Style Rosemary Chicken Skewers

A simple marinade and just 30 minutes elevates chicken to a new level for some great grilling. Pair with your favorite sides drinks and desserts. Perfect for Dad’s Day this weekend.
Get the recipe. 

BONUS RECIPE: Catalan Tomato Bread

This recipe is SO easy, SO interactive, and SO delicious! It’s the perfect accompaniment for grilling, or any Mediterranean meal. And the flavors couldn’t be fresher. Grab some good crusty bread at the Market and some fresh garlic and fresh tomatoes.
Get the recipe. 

MUSICAL GUEST: North – Pat McBride

Enjoy music by BRFM favorite 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 shop and dine.

MUSICAL GUEST: South – Thistle Sisters

We are pleased to have the Indianapolis-based folk  duo of Julia Spangler and Bethany Walters (aka Thistle Sistersback this Saturday. Happy harmonies to serenade you while you enjoy breakfast and beverage in the dining area.


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


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