Shop Party, Veggie Queen, The Easy Leaves

Dec 5, 2013 in Updates

It’ll  be cold out there… snuggle up!

Special Holiday Shopping This Weekend: The WEFM and Shop Party /Artstart Holiday Craft Show will team up to provide the best in handmade goods, gifts, food and fresh produce. Shop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Shop Party

Souper Sunday with Jill Nussinow, The Veggie Queen– Join Jill on Sunday, December 8th from 10:30 – 1 p.m.  as she makes “fresh from the market” soup in her pressure cooker. Samples will be freely dispensed to warm up your day. Jill is a culinary educator that has taught at SRJC for over 20 years and the award winning author of  “The Veggie Queen: Vegetables Get the Royal Treatment”.

Veggie Queen

Leisen’s Bridgeway Farm–  The Leisen family has been farming in Sonoma County since 1870 when Dr. Corrie Leisen’s great-grandfather (a friend of Luther Burbank) purchased land in the Bellevue district of Santa Rosa. Leisen’s Bridgeway Farms began in 1986 when Corrie and his wife Janet,  found an Arabian horse ranch along the banks of Mark West Creek and purchased it as their family home. After retiring from their dental practice, the Leisens decided to devote their time to the challenge of raising vegetables and fruits for local sale. They specialize in heirloom tomatoes and specialty/heirloom melons in the summer and kale and winter square in fall and winter. Their produce is Certified Naturally Grown. Visit Leisen’s Bridgeway Farm at the W. E. F. M.- you’ll sample fruit, learn about their heirloom produce and walk away with delicious food from their farm for your table.

Leisen

Music: The Easy Leaves– “Old Time” American folk music- Lyric driven compositions are accompanied by percussion interplay between guitar and double bass- punctuated by dynamic vocal harmonies.

Easy Leaves

Check us out on YouTube! West End Farmers Market

Sign up to win: It pays to subscribe to the WEFM website updates. Each week, you will have a chance to win a $5 WEFM gift certificate. Winners will be drawn from our subscribers list.

Stretch your EBT dollar:  We are happy to announce that Kaiser Permanente has made a donation of $500 to our EBT market goers. So for every $10.00 of EBT that you purchase you receive $5.00 of extra EBT to use at the market. One match per market limit of $20.00. So if you purchase $40.00 in EBT you get $60.00 worth of tokens.

EBT

See you this Sunday at the West End Farmers Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., located on Donahue Street between Boyce and Decker Streets.