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Saturday Market Oct. 31st


THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR SUPPORTING US THIS SEASON!
And a huge thank you to all the volunteers that make this market happen! Saturday will be our last 2015 farmers market.
But don’t forget, our year round Boone Street Market carries local products from a lot of your favorite vendors.

Don’t miss the Halloween tricks and treats. Kids – Follow the Fiddler Costume Review on the street at 1100.

PLANTS
Perry Phillips
– bushes and trees for fall planting

Local food is fresh food. If you’re buying at a Farmers Market, the produce has often been picked that morning.

PRODUCE
Rogue Harbor Farm
– variety of lettuces, Siberian and red ursa kales, watercress, baby pac choi
Dominick’s Garden – sweet potatoes- orange, white and purple, sweet and hot peppers, gourds, decorative broom corn, radishes and cotton, yes cotton!
Buffalo Trail – apples, squash, pumpkins
Ranchito la Chiva – beets, turnips
Serenity Knoll – a variety of produce
Salamander Spring – fresh and dried shiitake mushrooms
Rural Resources – sweet potatoes and more
River Island Taters – sweet potatoes

FROM THE FARM
Sentelle’s Homemade Sausage – pork products
Kany/Perservation Farm – chicken products
Clover Creek Farm – lamb products & eggs
Rosey Apiaries – honey
Dotson Farm – eggs, eggs, eggs
Ziegenwald Diary – goat cheese
Only the Finest – alpaca fiber

FROM THE KITCHEN
Farmhouse Gallery
– wood fired breads, granola bars, muffins
Dona Eva – tamales, salsa

FROM THE ARTIST
Tim Roberts Pottery
Free Reign goat milk soap
The Rusty Barn Star
Earth Thyme
WoodshopKitchen
Bluebird houses
Sticky Paws
Sheek Pet Treats
Ann Florence

BREAKFAST
This weeks menu:
Sausage biscuits with Sentelle’s homemade sausage
Sausage & egg biscuits
Parfaits – yogurt with apples, granola and caramel sauce

Music
James Edgar and Friends – old time music and beyond…

Featured Farmer
Pumpkin Head and friends

See you on the street,
Deb