Memorial Day Weekend Market

Tom Oswald performing last year at the market. He’ll be back singing his songs on May 25.

Welcome to market #4!  What a great way to start Memorial Day Weekend! This week local award-winning singer-songwriter Tom Oswald will be playing guitar and sharing his original songs with us 4:30 to 6 pm.

On the Hot Cart the Lions Club will have hot dogs and homemade sauerkraut, along with chips and drinks. Soup by St. James will be cilantro & pea, and maybe some cream of asparagus. The soup is sold at the Glenfiddich Baked Goods booth.

Lee’s Bees is back, and in addition to the honey products they had last year, look for their new honey wheat bread and designer totes made out of old feed bags.

Produce will range from organic strawberries at the red Tow Cow Creamery trailer to carrots and shell peas at Running Bear Farm’s booth to spinach and some luscious salad mixes at Spring Meadows’ stand. Starbright Farms will have lettuce (ready-to-eat) and basil plants for the garden. Herb Corner will have hanging baskets as well as herb and vegetable starter plants.

Baked goods are always in season! Glenfiddich will have strawberry cupcakes and cinnamon rolls (as well as amazing fresh salsa). She will also have some discounted breads and cookies that were frozen from last week. Yorkshire Meadows will have fresh rhubarb crunch desert, in addition to her regular English fare (and frozen homemade sauerkraut). Donna at Basically Bagels will have a new treat this week—bacon-stuffed sticky buns. Wow!

Be sure to check out our craft vendors for gifts for when you go a-visiting this summer. Another gift option for people in the area is Mansfield Growers Market Gift Certificates. At $5 you can buy one or many, and they can be redeemed at any market vendor. You may purchase them at the Market Information Booth, along with t-shirts.

Join us for fresh food–grown by your friends!

Lilace

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