Tomatoes, cucumbers and peaches, oh my!

Summer is in full swing as the bounty from area farms attests. Farm-fresh produce tastes better and is better for you than vegetables and fruits that have been shipped from far away. While you’re shopping at the market, also remember to pick up your local, natural meat and eggs, and locally produced bread, baked goods and canned goods. We even have a vendor who sells her own organic body care items!


kids cooking class

Free cooking class for kids

Chef Rhonda Marcotte returns this week with another great cooking class for 8-12 year olds. Meet at the tent in the middle of the market at 4:00. It’s free and the kids will enjoy the green monster smoothies they prepare.

Gardening help

The Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District will be on hand to assist homeowners in planning and applying sustainable practices on their land. Stop by their table for some innovative solutions for the challenges of gardening in our region.

Free books for youngsters

From 3:30 – 4:30, the Literacy Team will be reading stories to your little ones and giving away books. Don’t miss it!

Music to soothe your soul

Sunflower will perform native flute music for us from 5:30 – 6:30. Stop by her tent for a closer look at the beautiful hand-made instruments. She will have some of her CDs for sale, too.


Produce Perks!

It’s easy: EBT customers, swipe your card at the information table and get tokens for twice the amount, up to $20 for $10 swiped. The market is open every Thursday afternoon from 3:00 to 6:30, rain or shine, in the parking lot of the College Hill Presbyterian Church on Hamilton Avenue.


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