Ghost Busting!!! At the MGM 10/31/2014

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Just in case you missed it, we’ve moved INDOORS  to the Parish Hall, located at the rear of the church green. Although it’s been a wonderful summer for the MGM, filled with great weather and an abundance of produce and all of the other products that you have come to expect from our crew of dedicated vendors, we are excited about this move. It can be a bit grueling when it’s cold and damp outside and you need to basically stand in one place for three hours. We’re hoping that you will  continue to come see us, shop, hang out, and have a great time at the market this and all of the remaining weeks to come. We’ll be inside until mid November with a great selection of meats, baked goods, eggs, maple products, and fall produce like winter squash, pumpkins, potatoes, and more. Come on down for a frightening good time!

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There’s rumor of a couple of surprise musical guests, playing an unplugged set. Let’s hope it’s true, because they’re great, local talent. I can’t confirm it but…..just saying.

Here’s a list of scheduled vendors and their products for the week:

Spring Meadow Farm will have great newly dug potatoes, soy free eggs, swiss chard, watercress, and more.

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Always Somethin’ Farm will be bringing their regular goat milk soap and cream products,  prize winning garlic, and garlic braids.

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Inn to the Seasons will have meat products consisting of pork, lamb, goat, and veal. They will be featuring their cheese products: Manicotti, Pierogies, Broccoli Cheese Crepes, Blintzes, Lasagna, and Cheese Cake, all made from goat’s milk. They will also have a few cheese spreads and one of the best fudges you’ll ever taste.

Bernie shows off his challa.

Bernie shows off his challa.

This will be the last week of the 2014 season for Liz and Linda at Yorkshire Meadows so stop in and check out their goods one last time. They’ll have scones, shortbread, lemon curd and all of the other taste treats that you’ve come to expect when you visit their booth. They will also have spun wool and woolen products for sale. Most of these items and taste treats  will be available by order after this week by contacting Liz at 570-549-2553, woolymum@npacc.net, or friend her on FaceBook at her Yorkshire Meadows page.

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Shannon and Erin will be at the Glenfiddich booth with lots of baked goods—breads, cookies, biscotti, etc. They may also have fresh salsa (red and green). If you like a good cup cake or cinnamon bun, stop by their booth, say hello and purchase yourself a wonderful treat.mgm3

Basically Bagels will also be here this week with great bagels and more, including bags of bagel chips and great BIG chocolate chip cookies.

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Keeney Farm will have our usual fall flair of pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, and ornamental corn. They will also have potatoes, onions, cabbage. Ask Cheryl about blue, pink, and white pumpkins. mgm6

Between Two Rivers will be bringing great maple syrup, maple cream, and other maple treats.

Running bear will be back this week with a large assortment of fall produce, lamb, rabbit, sausage, and chicken cuts. They will also have concord grape concentrated syrup in pint containers. Stop at their table and see what other surprises they might have this week.

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We hope that you’ll be able to dodge the ghosts, ghouls, goblins, witches, warlocks, and all of the other things that go bump in the night and make it to the MGM this week.

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Hope to see you at the MGM between 3-6 P.M., located inside the Saint James Episcopal Church Parish Hall located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

David Brown,

Market Manager 

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Mansfield Growers Market, Warm and Dry!! 10/24/2014

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The MGM is still alive and kicking this week and will be for weeks to come. We’ll be inside the nice warm, cozy, and dry Parish Hall. This week the vendors will be:

Always Somethin’ Farm

Chip! The new goat of Always Somethin' Farm. He just might be visiting this week, too!

Udder Merry Mac Farmlettuce

Inn to the Seasons

Basically Bagels

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Yorkshire Meadows

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Running Bear Farmcliff& mar

Glenfiddich Bakeryshanon3

Bohlayer’s Orchardboylayers2

Between two Rivers Maplemaple

So, come on in and stock up on fresh locally grown produce and baked items made especially for you.

Hope to see you at the MGM located in the Saint James Episcopal Church Parish Hall located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

Liz McLelland

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Warm and Dry 10/17/2014

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Hi Faithful Market Customers!!

Come and join us this Friday inside the lovely warm, dry Parish Hall. As you walk in you’ll be greeted by friendly faces an array of colors and the aroma of baked bread.

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We’ll be inside the church for several more weeks which gives you ample opportunity to get stocked up.

This week Basically Bagels will be there with a wonderful variety of bagels as well as Donna’s delicious individual cookies.

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Shannon and Erin will have Oatmeal or Sourdough bread plus biscotti…..Cranberry/Pistachio is this weeks special. Talk to them about ordering cookies or cupcakes ahead of time.

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Liz is back this week so the Yorkshire Meadows table will be filled with scones, shortbread, cakes, fruit crunch desserts, lemon or lime curd, and the usual array of jams. This week she’ll have chemical free Concord Grapes from Rutland Hill Farm in Roseville plus the addition of freshly made grape jam.  It’s starting to get chilly so be thinking about hats and mittens.liz2

If you haven’t seen Herb Corner’s lovely pumpkin arrangements NOW is your opportunity. Buy now or order for your Thanksgiving table.

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So do you have your shelves full of apple butter, applesauce, apple pie filling and such? If not, there’s still time. So come and get your apples from Bohlayer’s Orchard and get busy.

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As always you’ll discover fabulous fresh produce grown by Running Bear Farm. Keeney Farm and Spring Meadows Farm.

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We’ll look forward to seeing you between 3:00pm – 6:00pm on Friday.

Keep on thinking  LOCAL, FRESH, HEALTHY, TASTY. All grown or made especially for you to enjoy.

See you at Market,  Liz McLelland

MGM located at the Saint James Episcopal Church Parish Hall located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

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Come on In!!! 10/10/2014

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Just in case you missed it last week, we’ve moved INDOORS  to the Parish Hall, located at the rear of the church green. Although it’s been a wonderful summer for the MGM, filled with great weather and an abundance of produce and all of the other products that you have come to expect from our crew of dedicated vendors, we are excited about this move. It can be a bit grueling when it’s cold and damp outside and you need to basically stand in one place for three hours. We’re hoping that you will  continue to come see us, shop, hang out, and have a great time at the market this and all of the remaining weeks to come. We’ll be inside until mid November with a great selection of remaining summer produce, meats, baked goods, eggs, maple products, and fall produce like winter squash, pumpkins, apples, potatoes, and more.

Here’s a list of scheduled vendors and their products for the week:

Udder Merry Mac will have great lettuces, herbs, raspberries, and other goodies.

Hydroponic lettuce from Utter Merry Mac Farm

Hydroponic lettuce from Utter Merry Mac Farm

Always Somethin’ Farm will be bringing their regular goat milk soap and cream products,  prize winning garlic, and garlic braids. Chris and Mike tell me that they may have RASPBERRIES again this week. They’ve had them the past few weeks, and they’ve sold out quickly so, if you want them, get there pronto.

Hillstone will be back this week with their quality beef, other meats, and great hot-dogs; you won’t find this type of dog or anything like them in any store.

Herb Corner will be bringing beautiful fall flower arrangements this week. They partner with Keeney Farm for their pumpkins, and the flowers come from their own cutting gardens. They should also have Swiss Chard, fresh cut herbs, tomatoes (red and green), and butternut squash. They will also, for the next two weeks, be selling Liz’s great jams and jellies from Yorkshire Meadows.

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Shannon and Erin will be at the Glenfiddich booth with lots of baked goods—breads, cookies, biscotti, etc. They may also have fresh salsa (red and green). If you like a good cup cake or cinnamon bun, stop by their booth, say hello and purchase yourself a wonderful treat.IMG_0225

Basically Bagels will also be here this week with great bagels and more, including bags of bagel chips and great BIG chocolate chip cookies.

Keeney Farm will have our usual fall flair of pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, and ornamental corn. They’ll also have potatoes, peppers, egg plant, onions, cabbage, and a few summer squash. Ask Cheryl about blue, pink, and white pumpkins. 

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Between Two Rivers will be bringing great maple syrup, maple cream, and other maple treats.

Yorkshire Meadows will not be there the first two weeks of indoor market BUT you’ll be able to pick up Liz’s fine jams and jellies available at THE HERB CORNER  table.

Running bear will be back this week with a large assortment of summer and fall  produce, lamb, rabbit, sausage, and chicken cuts. They’ll also have concord grape concentrated syrup in pint containers. Stop at their table and see what other surprises they might have this week. If you wish to have a great bird on the table for Thanksgiving stop and speak to these folks. They can supply you with a whole or even part of a bird, if you get on their list.cliff

The folks from Bohlayers Orchards will be returning the week with more great apples and pears. While you’re there you might want to ask them about their operation and their natural growing methods.pears

Hope to see you at the MGM located at the Saint James Episcopal Church Parish Hall located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

David Brown,

Market Manager 

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Seeking Shelter !! 10/03/2014

After a great run of warm and sunny days for the OUTDOOR MGM we are moving it INDOORS  to the Parish Hall, located at the rear of the church green, this week. It’s been a summer filled with great weather and an abundance of produce and all of the other products that you have come to expect from our crew of dedicated vendors, many of whom will be going inside for this, the start of the INDOOR MARKET . We’re hoping that you will  continue to come see us, shop, hang out, and have a great time at the market this and all of the remaining weeks to come. We’ll be inside until mid November with a great selection of remaining summer produce, meats, baked goods, eggs, maple products, and fall produce like winter squash, pumpkins, apples, potatoes, and more.cropped-cornmgm_edited-1.jpg

Here’s a list of scheduled vendors and their products for the week:

Always Somethin’ Farm will be bringing their regular goat milk soap and cream products,  prize winning garlic, and garlic braids. Chris and Mike tell me that they may have RASPBERRIES again this week. They’ve had them the past few weeks, and they sell out quickly so, if you want them, get there pronto.Chris soap

Hillstone will be back this week with their quality beef, other meats, and great hot-dogs; you won’t find this type of dog or anything like them in any store.

Herb Corner will be bringing beautiful fall flower arrangements this week. They partner with Keeney Farm for their pumpkins, and the flowers come from their own cutting gardens. They should also have Swiss Chard, fresh cut herbs, tomatoes (red and green), and butternut squash. They will, for the next two weeks, be selling Liz’s great jams and jellies from Yorkshire Meadows.

Shannon and Erin will be at the Glenfiddich booth with lots of baked goods—breads, cookies, biscotti, etc. They may also have fresh salsa (red and green). If you like a good cup cake or cinnamon bun, stop by their booth, say hello and purchase yourself a wonderful treat.

Basically Bagels will also be here this week with great bagels and more, including bags of bagel chips and great BIG chocolate chip cookies.

Keeney Farm will have our usual fall flair of pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, and ornamental corn. They’ll also have potatoes, peppers, eggplant, onions, cabbage, and a few summer squash. Ask Cheryl about blue, pink, and white pumpkins. pumpkins

Between Two Rivers will be bringing great maple syrup, maple cream, and other maple treats.

Yorkshire Meadows will not be there the first two weeks of indoor market BUT you’ll be able to pick up Liz’s fine jams and jellies available at THE HERB CORNER  table.

Running Bear will be back this week with a large assortment of summer and fall  produce, lamb, rabbit, sausage, and chicken cuts. They’ll also have concord grape concentrated syrup in pint containers. Stop at their table and see what other surprises they might have this week.RB produce

The folks from Bohlayers Orchards will be returning the week with more great apples and pears. While you’re there you might want to ask them about their operation and their natural growing methods.apple-harvests-some-red-apples-apple

Andy, from Spring Meadows Farm will have eggs, chard, celery, celeriac or celery root, watercress, and potatoes.eggs

Udder Merry Mac will have great lettuces, herbs, raspberries, and other goodies.

Hope to see you at the MGM located INDOORS at the Saint James Episcopal Church Parish Hall located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

David Brown,

Market Manager 

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Good Weather Karma!!! 9/26/2014

Sadly, this will be the last scheduled OUTDOOR MARKET of the season before we head inside to the PARISH HALL next week for the INDOOR MARKET, and it looks to be another great sunny day. The Good Weather Karma continues. While it might not have been the warmest or even the sunniest summer on record, we have had mostly great weather for the outdoor MGM this season. There was that one day however, early in the season, when we had to bail a bit early when things, including a tent, started blowing across the green.  But hey, we all survived to tell the tale, and thanks to you and the great weather, we’ve enjoyed a wonderful outdoor season at the market. logo-sunshine

If the great weather isn’t enough to entice you to market this week, we’re hoping all of the great entertainment, door prizes, produce, meats, and baked goods will be. There will be a colorful abundance of summer and fall fruit, produce, and more, all available under bright blue skies. We hope that you’ll come on down and bask in the glow with us one last time before we head INDOORS on October 3rd.  We can only tempt our Good Weather Karma for so long. Not to panic, you’ll still be able to find most of the same vendors that you’ve been visiting and getting to know all season long.

Did I mention door prizes? We are going to give away a couple of MGM Tees and a couple of MGM aprons as door prizes this Friday. You can pick up a raffle ticket at the market booth, one per person please, anytime before 5:15 p.m. We’ll draw names from the hat at 5:30 p.m. and award the prizes to the lucky winners. All winners must be present at the time of the drawing.This is one way of saying thank you for your ongoing support of the MGM.1.bmp

We will be featuring Folk Spirit as our last musical guest of the season this week at the music tent. Bill, John, and Ross have been rock steady in all of their appearances at the MGM this season, and I expect this week to be as great as the rest. Music starts at 4:30 and goes till 6:00. Come down and let these guys know how much you’ve appreciated their music and dedication to the MGM as they close out the 2014 outdoors season. Oh, almost forgot, if they ask for request, which they will, ask them to play “ I Dream of Columbus” by Mary Black; it’s one of their favorites.

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The Market Cafe and the Hot Cart will both be absent this week. Plan accordingly.

If you haven’t done so please consider following the link below to fill out a survey that has been prepared by New View Farm, a local grower with an interest in coming to market next season. This will be the last week that the survey will be available, and it must be completed by October 1, 2014. We’re hoping that all of you will participate in the survey since all of the collected data will be shared with MGM and will be helpful in helping us help you in our future planning. Be assured that any info that you share will remain confidential; you will become just another statistic. Ha! Just what you wanted, right?

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SBRR9LZ

If you’re in the area, stop at the MGM booth, say hello, PICK UP YOUR TICKET FOR THE DOOR PRIZES, and check out our stash of goodies.  We’ll be hawking the new 2014 t-shirts in different colors and styles. We’ll also have older MGM T-shirts, aprons, and MGM $5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATES that can be used at any vendor booth (great gift idea). All proceeds from sales and donations go to making the MGM work. You’ll also be able to enjoy great freshly brewed cup of coffee, on the house, courtesy of our friends at the Night and Day Coffee Shop, just up the street. They keep the wheels rolling for some of us folks at the MGM.  Thanks!

Donna and Larry are two of the dedicated volunteers who help make the market possible. The banner above lists all our generous sponsors.

Donna and Larry are two of the dedicated volunteers who help make the market possible. The banner above lists all our generous sponsors.

Here’s a list of scheduled vendors and their products for the week:

Always Somethin’ Farm will be bringing their regular goat milk soap and cream products,  prize winning garlic, and garlic braids. Chris and Mike tell me that they may have RASPBERRIES again this week. They’ve had them the past few weeks, and they’ve sold out quickly so, if you want them, get there pronto.

Hillstone will be back this week with their quality beef, other meats, and great hot-dogs; you won’t find this type of dog or anything like them in any store.hotdogs

Herb Corner will be bringing beautiful fall flower arrangements this week. They partner with Keeney Farm for their pumpkins, and the flowers come from their own cutting gardens. They should also have Swiss Chard, fresh cut herbs, tomatoes (red and green), and butternut squash.Sept 14

Shannon and Erin will be at the Glenfiddich booth with lots of baked goods—breads, cookies, biscotti, etc. They may also have fresh salsa (red and green). If you like a good cup cake or cinnamon bun, stop by their booth, say hello and purchase yourself a wonderful treat.

Inn to the Seasons will have meat products consisting of pork, lamb, goat, and veal. They’ll be featuring their cheese products: Manicotti, Pierogis, Broccoli Cheese Crepes, Blintzes, Lasagna, and Cheese Cake, all made from goat’s milk. They’ll also have a few cheese spreads and one of the best fudges you’ll ever taste.

Basically Bagels will also be here this week with great bagels and more, including bags of bagel chips and great BIG chocolate chip cookies.

Keeney Farm will have our usual fall flair of pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, and ornamental corn. They’ll also have potatoes, peppers, egg plant, onions, cabbage, WATERMELONS, and a few summer squash. Ask Cheryl about blue, pink, and white pumpkins. pumpkins

Between Two Rivers will be bringing great maple syrup, maple cream, and other maple treats.

Yorkshire Meadows will be there with pumpkin bars, jams and lemon curd, an assortment of cookies including shortbread, and refrigerator pickles. The scone flavors this week will be: apple cinnamon, apricot, lemon and craisin.  Weather permitting they’ll have a nice array of scarves, mittens, hats and sweaters to keep you warm this fall. Check out Linda’s beautiful silk and wool scarves as well. Liz will be away for the first two indoor markets so make sure you stock up or  feel free to call to order extra to tide you over. Scones freeze really well and Shortbread Cookies keep for up to 6 weeks in a tin. Call 570 549 2553 to place an order.    

The folks from Bohlayers Orchards will be returning the week with more great apples and pears. While you’re there you might want to ask them about their operation and their natural growing methods.

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Spring Meadows Farm will have eggs, chard, celery, celeriac or celery root, water cress, potatoes, and the last of his great peppers.

Udder Merry Mac will have Ray at the booth with his great lettuces, herbs, raspberries, and other goodies.      lettuce

Susan from The Roosting Tree Farm will be back this week with art and soy free eggs.

Good Karma, bad Karma or no Karma at all, we want to see you at the market this week. So come on down and tempt your own Karma by trying to win a door prize.karma

Hope to see you at the MGM located at the Saint James Episcopal Church located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

David Brown,

Market Manager 

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So,Whatta Ya Think? 9/19/2014

It’s a question that many of us frequently get asked, and, unfortunately, it’s quite often asked in a rhetorical manner. It can be frustrating, to say the least. Well, this time it’s different. We’re asking that same question here, but we really do want to know what you think—really, we do! Please consider following the link below to fill out the survey that has been prepared by New View Farm, a local grower with an interest in coming to market next season. At MGM we’ve been brainstorming with all the vendors recently and thinking about what we need to do to stay in tune with you, the consumer and supporter of the MGM, for the future. We’re hoping that most of you will participate in the survey since all of the collected data will be shared with MGM and will be helpful in helping us help you. Be assured that any info that you share will remain confidential; you will become just another statistic. Ha! Just what you wanted, right?

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SBRR9LZ

We will be featuring Ellis Callahan as our musical guest this week at the music tent. Ellis is a gifted and very talented performer with a number of recordings to his credit. He has appeared in the past as an advocate for HAVEN (Helping Abuse and Violence End Now), Tioga County’s only domestic and sexual violence center.  He was scheduled to do the same this year, but, unfortunately, Haven had to cancel; fortunately, Ellis will be with us. Do yourself a BIG favor, check out his website, listen to his music and get your butt to MGM this Friday to see this man in person.

http://www.elliscallahan.com/albums

To learn more about HAVEN and find out how you can help check out their website link below.

http://www.havenoftiogacounty.org

We’ll be having a Kids Art Tent again this week from 4:30-6 p.m. Kim Furry will be on hand to help your young ones make beautiful wooden bracelets made from tongue depressors. She has them already shaped ahead of time so the kids will be able to color them with markers to take home. wooden bands 

The Market Cafe will be open for business this week, serving up lots of good grub to delight your taste buds and fill your tummy. Stop in the Parrish Hall, say hello, grab a bite to eat, a liquid refreshment, or both.

If you’re in the area, stop at the MGM booth, say hello, and check out our stash of goodies.  We’ll be hawking the new 2014 t-shirts in different colors and styles. We’ll also have older MGM T-shirts, aprons, and MGM $5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATES that can be used at any vendor booth (great gift idea). All proceeds from sales and donations go to making the MGM work. You’ll also be able to enjoy great freshly brewed cup of coffee, on the house, courtesy of our friends at the Night and Day Coffee Shop, just up the street. They keep the wheels rolling for some of us folks at the MGM.  Thanks!

Shirts available at the MGM tent!

Shirts available at the MGM tent!

If you or someone you know has something of interest that you/they would like to share with the community, such as art, books, music, hobbies, nature studies, etc., please contact us at mgmpainfo@gmail.com to be considered for hosting a booth at the market. We also welcome non-profits of all sorts for consideration. In most cases we will supply you or your organization with a tent , chairs, tables, and electrical power if needed, all at no cost.  All you’ll need to do is bring your info to share with the community; sounds like a win/win to me.

After this week we will have only one more scheduled outdoor market before we move indoors for the fall season on October the 3rd. so we’re hoping that you’ll come join in the fun. We’ll have lots of locally grown meats, sausages, and summer and fall produce ready for you to choose from. There will be tomatoes, potatoes, melons, winter squash, onions, garlic, beets, kale, chard, peaches, pears and so much more.  Come pick up enough to stock up those root cellars, fill up those Mason jars, and freezers! If you need inspiration to do so, give a listen to this………….

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The Herb Corner, Yorkshire Meadows, and Udder Merry Mac will be playing hooky this Friday, but they intend to return next week.

Here’s a list of scheduled vendors and their products for the week:

The folks from Bohlayers Orchards will be returning after their first appearance at the MGM last week. You can stop at their booth, pick up PEARS, and see what else might be available. While you’re there, ask them about their operation and their natural growing methods.

Hillstone will be back this week with their quality beef, other meats, and great hot-dogs; you won’t find this type of dog or anything like them in any store.

Inn to the Seasons will have meat products consisting of pork, lamb, goat, and veal. They’ll be featuring their cheese products: Manicotti, Pierogis, Broccoli Cheese Crepes, Blintzes, Lasagna, and Cheese Cake, all made from goat’s milk. They’ll also have a few cheese spreads and one of the best fudges you’ll ever taste.

Bernie shows off his challa.

Bernie shows off his challa.

Basically Bagels will also be here this week with great bagels and more, including bags of bagel chips and great BIG chocolate chip cookies.

Keeney Farm will have potatoes, cukes, peppers, beans, MELONS, summer and winter squash, tomatoes and more.

Between Two Rivers will be bringing great maple syrup and other maple items.100_0565

Lee’s Bees will be here and it could be their last market of the season, soooo…..if you need to make a winter stash of honey or other honey products, be like a bee and buzz on down to the MGM this Friday. Just look for the bear.honey bee

Shannon and Erin will be at the Glenfiddich booth with lots of baked goods—breads, cookies, biscotti, etc. They may also have fresh salsa (red and green). If you like a good cup cake or cinnamon bun, stop by their booth, say hello and purchase yourself a wonderful treat.

Andy, from Spring Meadows Farm will have lots of pastured eggs and produce.DSCF5347

Running Bear will bring lamb and chicken products, a large assortment of summer produce, and a limited amount of WHITE PEACHES.

Always Somethin’ Farm will be bringing their regular goat milk soap and cream products, tomatoes,  prize winning garlic, and garlic braids.Screen Shot 2012-09-13 at 1.15.32 AM

So, come on down to the MGM and let us know what ya think, we’re always ready to listen to almost anything.Mr.NaturalSitting mrnatural

Hope to see you at the MGM located at the Saint James Episcopal Church located in Mansfield, Pa. on Wellsboro Street, one block east of the downtown light. Look for our signs.

David Brown,

Market Manager

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