Saturday, July 20, 2019 Market Offerings

If you haven’t heard yet, we will be serving Blueberry Mooncakes in the courtyard on Saturday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., FREE for kids 12 years and younger, $5 for a stack of 3 for everyone else! Our friends at Morgan Imports will open at 11 to begin their Man on the Moon 50th Anniversary celebrations with space-themed activities and special offers along with AR Workshop and SugarKoi.

As you shop for freshly harvested produce, grass-fed, beef, pasture-raised pork and chicken, Paul Bush will be playing tunes on the fiddle. See below for the full list of what will be available!

Eight Arrows Farm

Eight Arrows is fully stocked with pork products. We’ll be bringing bacon, mild/hot sausage, mild/maple pinky links, pork chops, ribs, Brats, Italian pinwheel, ground chorizo, pinwheel chorizo, ground pork, and much more!

Caywood Farm

Grass-fed beef raised without antibiotics or added hormones; steaks, roasts, ground, stew, short ribs.

Family Farmstead

Grass-fed beef, no-spray blueberries.

Toad Hill Farm

We will be there with a wide variety of Summertime colors and shapes with tomatoes (Cherry, Snackers, Slicers, and Plum), peppers (hot and mild, big and small, yellow, green and red), eggplant (white, green, purple, globe and long), squash (yellow, light green dark green, striped, long, round and Spaceship), cucumbers (picklers and slicers), beets, carrots, radishes, potatoes, a few handfuls of greens and a few bunches of mixed garden flowers.

The Microgreenery

A selection of microgreens and hemp products.

Dandies Farm

I volunteered to make the Blueberry Mooncakes under the big tent this week so my daughter has graciously agreed to sell my produce for me. Go say hi to her and get some blueberries, tomatoes, heat-tolerant Muir lettuce heads, cucumbers, squash (Yellow, Zucchini, Ball, Scallop), Eggplant (various), Bell pepper, Jalapeño pepper, kale, kohlrabi, basil, chives, mint, & Zinnia flowers.

Chickpea Farm

Lots of eggplant and red peppers, and a few tomatoes. I’ll also have eggs, cucumbers, okra, tomatillos, and ground cherries.

As Always …

We look forward to seeing you from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. and don’t forget to stop in at the Brightleaf stores and restaurants, too.

905 West Main Street, Durham. Enter the courtyard from North Gregson Street, between West Main and Peabody Streets.

Validated parking is available in the lot directly across from the courtyard entrance. Make sure to visit the market info table near the entrance to get your ticket stamped.

The venue is also dog-friendly, so feel free to stop by with your furry friends, we’d love to meet them!

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