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Vendor Schedule Updates

fruitwood sourcherriesThe farmers market season is in full swing. Fresh produce, meats and cheeses…fair-trade coffee…nut butters, jams, jellies, and honey…popcorn, pops and pizza…extra-virgin olive oil, fresh pasta, pickles and spreads…breads, cupcakes and truffles…flowers, bath and body, and soy candles!!

And most vendors are here every week. But here’s an update on a few who have slightly different schedules.

J&J Kettle Korn will not be here tomorrow, but will be here all of July and August.

Melo Studios soy candles will be here every other week through the season…except for August, because heat and candles don’t mix!

Naught Nutty Love brings its delicious variety of nut butters every other week.

Twelve Baskets will be here tomorrow, will be gone for the month of July, then back in August for the rest of the season.

 

And Check Out Amazing Acres Goat Dairy’s Stand Tomorrow…

Amazing Acres cheese pic…because Will and Lynne Reid bring their fresh goat cheeses to Media Farmers Market once a month. Will, formerly employed with an internet consulting firm, and graphic designer Lynne researched cheese-making for ten years, working alongside goat farmers, with the intent of having their own farm someday. They purchased Amazing Acres in 2011. They’ll also be at the Market on July 11, August 8, September 12, October 10, and November 14.

 

Media Farmers Market Yard Sign

mfm yard sign 1Pick up a Media Farmers Market yard sign at the Market Manager’s Table. Just $3!

 

For a Complete List of Media Farmers Market Vendors, Click Here!

 

 

See you tomorrow at the Market!

 

New Vendors Tomorrow!

Welcome, Althouse Farm!

Bob Althouse began planning his retirement in 1979 by planting trees. Based in Holtwood, PA, in Lancaster County, Althouse Farms now sells fruit from those trees to area farmers markets!

 

J&J Kettle Korn Returns!

J&J Kettle Korn logoJ&J Kettle Korn’s authentic, hand-popped kettle corn is popped in an open kettle with oil and sugar. It is salted to taste after it is popped, giving kettle corn its slightly sweet, slightly salty flavor. Not to be confused with caramel corn, its flavor is not overwhelmingly sweet like that of caramel corn. J&J Kettle Korn uses mushroom corn kernels which pop larger, giving it that classic kettle-corn look. A portion of proceeds from all kettle-corn events are donated to charity.

 

 

Classical Guitarist Norm LeDonne Performing Tomorrow

Norm LeDonneAn avid guitarist since he was 12, retired scientist Norm LeDonne has taken up his life-long dream of becoming a performing musician. He has built a repertoire of songs, from Bach to The Beatles, playing on harp guitar, six-string acoustic, and both round- and square -necked resonator guitars. He has started to write and tell stories, resulting in a unique combination of music and stories.

 

 

For a Complete List of Media Farmers Market Vendors, Click Here!

See you tomorrow at the Market!

 

Media Farmers Market Cancelled Today!!

Due to impending storms, Media Farmers Market is cancelling for today. But we’ll be back next Thursday, June 20. See you then!

Stay dry!

May Market Basket Winner!

May Market Basket Winner!

IMG_1289Congratulations to Ellie, May’s market basket drawing winner!

For your chance to win a basket full of farmer’s market goodies, just stop by the Market Manager’s Table and fill out a raffle ticket.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coffee and Chocolate…

Coffee from Burlap and Bean

burlapandbean 6.12.13Newtown Square’s Burlap and Bean  offers organic, fair-trade coffee, packaged in a full-pound, sealed bag equipped with a one-way valve to ensure the freshest possible coffee. Burlap and Bean takes pride in selling fair trade coffee to its customers. The owners have partnered with TransFair to assure customers that every farmer was paid a fair wage for his harvest. Bring home a bag of one of their popular roasts, and enjoy a cup while you shop.

 

 

Chocolate from Sweet Salvation Truffles

Sweet Salvation Truffles 1 6.12.13As a child, Cheryl Ames, owner of Sweet Salvation Truffles, remembered her grandmother’s refusal to share her coveted Christmas box of chocolate-covered cherries. Not to be denied, Cheryl became a confectionary prodigy and created truffles that put Grandmom’s cherries to shame. As Cheryl grew up, so did her techniques. Her passion progressed over the years through reading, participating in local confectionary courses, and experimenting with ingredients and recipes. Whenever someone new tried her truffles, they would say, “These are great! You should go into business.” So she did. (P.S., these truffles are gluten-free!)

 

 

 

For a Complete List of Media Farmers Market Vendors, Click Here!

See you tomorrow at the Market!

 

Fresh Pasta and Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil!

 

Vera Pasta

vera pasta 6.5.13

Vera Pasta owner Chef Joe D’Andrea grew up in an Italian household in West Chester, PA. A graduate of the Italian Culinary Academy in Manhattan and The International School of Italian Cuisine in Parma, Italy, D’Andrea started his business, Vera Pasta, in a mission to bring the simple, true flavors of Italy back home, and is dedicated to showcasing pasta and sauces from all regions of Italy, from the rich sophisticated north to the rustic bold south. Bring home Vera Pasta’s asparagus and fresh ricotta ravioli or lemon penne for dinner!

 

 

Green Source International

green source olive oil 6.5.13And if you’re looking for a great olive oil to go with that pasta, stop at Green Source International’s stand for organic, extra virgin, cold-pressed Tunisian olive oil. Tunisia is the largest olive oil producer outside the European Union, and comes fourth in the world following Spain, Italy and Greece. Also, check out their line of  jarred products, including traditional harissa spread, wild capers, and artichoke hearts in olive oil.

 

 

 

 

 

Christine Kinslow Performing Tomorrow!

Christine KinslowRained out two weeks ago, singer/
songwriter Christine Kinslow graciously rescheduled. With acoustic guitars and passionate vocals, Kane spins out tales of country charm while crafting melodies that breathe life into real situations. Her songs are mesmerizing tales of simple people, with human stories to tell.

 

 

 

 

For a Complete List of Media Farmers Market Vendors, Click Here!

 

 

See you tomorrow at the Market!

 

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