Farmers’ Market opens at 8 a.m. on Saturday
Participating farms include:
Anderson Orchard: I will be bringing figs, sunflowers, mixed wildflower bouquets, zinnias, leeks and tomatoes. All of our produce is pesticide free.
Blossom Acres Produce: I will be bringing all naturally grown and chemical free arugula, basil, beans, cantaloupe, cucumbers, ground cherries, pickles, lettuce, okra, onions, peppers, carrots, red beets, spinach, squash, Swiss chard, tomatoes, watermelon, yellow watermelon, and zucchini.
Bridgman Farm: I will have cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, ground tomatoes, onions, peppers, squash and heirloom and hybrid large tomatoes.
Davidson Produce and Cattle Farm: We will be bringing our beef, chicken, pork and lamb. From our farm to your home.
Ehmann & Sons Greenhouse: MUMS ARE HERE! We will also have beets, cabbage, coleus, green peppers, ghost chilis, hanging baskets, eggplant, green onions, kale, mustard and collard greens, radishes, red cabbage, Swiss chard and turnips.
Honeyrun Farm: We will have new Spring, Summer, and Fall honey, chunk honey, cut comb honey, infused honey, honey sticks, lavender honey sticks, handcrafted soap and beeswax candles.
K & R Garden Fresh Produce: I will have basil, corn, eggplant, flowers, green beans, okra, potatoes, spinach, squash, sweet peppers, yard long beans and zinnias.
Lucky Cat Farm and Bakery: I will have an assortment of the following breads: baguettes, country white loaf, whole wheat, foccacia, olive ciabatta, multigrain rye, traditional french sourdough (what we call Ohio Sourdough), hearty sourdough made with half whole wheat flour, dinner rolls, blueberry scones and raspberry white chocolate scones. All the breads are specially made with great care using the best ingredients available. The scones are butter scones which are less cake-like and more like a biscuit. They are made with Vermont Creamery cultured butter, Snowville creamery heavy cream and locally pastured chicken eggs.
Ohio Farm Direct: We’ll be bringing our whole milk cheeses including cheddar, feta, gouda, havarti, low fat low salt colby, muenster, mozzarella, baby swiss, pepper jack, garlic and herb, tomato basil pinenut, lemon zest and other flavored special blends.
Persinger Farm: I will be bringing acorn, butternut and winter squash, beets, cabbage, collard greens, green beans, kale, okra, onions, peppers, potatoes, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, yellow squash, yellow tomatoes, watermelon and zucchini.
Quiver Full Farm: We will be bringing chemical-free heirloom tomatoes, granola, homemade dog and cat treats, stone ground cornmeal and whole wheat flour, whole wheat pancake mix, spring honey, creamed honey and brown eggs.
Rhoads Farm Market: We are still picking a few late season melons and vegetables. Coming September 22: first of the season brussels sprouts! Email requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rock Dove Farm: I will have green tomatoes and squash blossoms.
Somerset Greenhouse: I will be bringing cherry tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, fresh herbs, garlic, peppers and Yukon gold potatoes.
A Tasteful Garden: I will be bringing basil, beets, chard, dog biscuits, eggs, greens, herbs, potatoes, zucchini and tomatoes as well as bratwurst, chicken, burgers, sausage and pork.
Thomas Family Orchard: We will have 9 varieties of apples and 5 kinds of seedless grapes, Concord grapes and apple cider this week.
Toad Hill Farm: I will have Asian eggplant, basil, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, lettuce mix, okra, onions, parsley, peppers, poblano peppers, summer squash, Swiss chard, tomatillos and tomatoes.
Toby Run Growers: I will have shitake and oyster mushroooms.
Wayward Seed Farm: We are bringing cherry tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes and potatoes.
Wishwell Farms Produce: We will have bell peppers, cabbage, cantaloupe, eggplant, tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, squash, cucumbers, relish, sweet corn and watermelons.
EBT and Senior coupons are accepted for produce.
Columbus’ creative class of artisans and crafters converges on the farmers’ market every Sunday from May through October peddling their handmade wares from 12-5PM.
Music by Miss Molly from 12-2
Participating artists and their wares include:Angelflie Design: fine metal jewelryBackroom Coffee Roasters: locally roasted artisan coffee beansBeau and Pearl: handcrated sterling jewelry,organic body careBlack Market: jewelry, scarves, coasters, crocheted itemsCarmacazzi: hand-printed, eco-conscious apparelCatz Stitched Fantasy: gypsy style purses, handbags and accessories with vintage flair
Clay Street Ceramics: hand painted pottery for all occassions.Corazon y Manos: jewelry, scarves, coasters, crocheted itemsD. Action Productions: handrolled floral designed beeswax candlesDawn Stechschulte: stained glass artworkDestiny & Designs: handmade jewelryDragon Ikka: spiritual message in Japanese calligraphyEco Darling: t-shirt scarves, necklaces, headbands and banglesThe Forties Revisited: vintage style aprons and kitchen accessories
Franklin County Recreation: jewelry including earrings, bracelets, necklaces and hair pinsGallifrey Farms Goatmilk Soaps: soaps made with farm fresh goat milkGreen Handle Designs: hand-crafted jewelry, duct tape artJewels by Juls: one of a kind jewelry for the one of a kind womanJohn Montoya: jewelry and handcrafted itemsReTee Scarves: unique scarves from upcycyled t-shirtsSarah Loch-Test Jewelry: elegantly handcrafted in metal and enamelSerannaNShannon’s Shop of Shinies: jewelry, afghans, knit and crocheted itemsVintage Vamp Jewelry: artisan jewelry with upcycled vintage findings
To apply for Artisan Sundays 2012 please send an email to email@example.com to be added to the application mailing list.
Microbrew Festival Needs Volunteers
Planning on coming to the Microbrew Festival next weekend? Would you like to work for your beer? We need help each day pouring beer for participating breweries. Volunteers receive an event t-shirt, souvenir glass and 10 tasting tickets.
Saturday, September 15 from 12-4PM (10 needed)
Saturday, September 15 from 4-8PM (15 needed)
Sunday, September 16 from 12-5PM (7 needed)
If you would like to help please send an email with your name, cell number, t-shirt size and the shift you would like to firstname.lastname@example.org