Sunshine, a light breeze and tables upon tables of fresh produce all add up to a fantastic market day for the last Saturday of June.
We welcomed back Rami from Atoms to Apples with fresh strawberries and the first red & black raspberries of the season. Several other vendors had their first raspberries, meaning we can expect to see more in the weeks to come.
We also welcomed our newest vendor, Farmer Johns' Cheese! With ample customer feedback requesting more cheese at t
Beets of all colors from Vang Family Farm The seasonal tilt into summer was fully felt last weekend, as we pushed through our tenth market of 2017 and the final of our spring session.
A warm day full of sunshine was the perfect setting for a bustling market full of tasty strawberries, sugar snap peas and smiling faces.
A hint of the summer harvest peaked its head out in the form of the first broccoli, fennel, and zucchini of the season. Shoua Vang brought us some tasty
Squeaky Fresh Curds from Murphy Farms A blustery day couldn't blow out the fantastic market day we had last weekend.
In part, we can thank the arrival of sugar snap peas from Vang Family Farm, with their crisp spring freshness perfectly wrapped in those crunchy pods. Thanks are due as well to the cascade of strawberries from every corner of the market, with ample fruit from Flyte Family Farm, among others.
Beyond the new produce arrivals, there were plenty of fantastic
Crunchy granola from Cress Spring Bakery While our youngest shoppers are surely celebrating the end of the school year and the kick off to summer, we're sure glad that market season is in full swing.
The first market of June teased us with some fantastic new arrivals, a taste of what's in store for this weekend, and the rest of the season.
Strawberries had a soft opening from Shoua Vang, with just a few beautiful quarts starting the day off right and hinting at the prom
Sylvan Meadows Farm with soft wool yarn, roving and pelts Ample sunshine, warm weather and the best farm fresh products Wisconsin has to offer made the last market of May a near perfect day.
Many a happy young face stopped by our Gear Up for the Garden station at the market to plant sunflowers, make wildflower seedballs, draw flowers with sidewalk chalk or just play in a little spring sunshine.
We're happy to get to celebrate with our shoppers, it makes the community in