Bike to our Memorial Weekend Market

May 23, 2014 in Updates

West End Farmers Market, every Sunday 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. In honor of Bike Month, ride a bike to the market this weekend and we will enter you in a drawing for a $25 gift certificate. Post a “bike selfie”on facebook or instagram and we’ll enter you twice! Drawing at 12:30 p.m. Must be present to win. Fill your basket with fresh produce such as sugar peas, beets, lettuce, broccoli, herbs, strawberries, raspberries and more. You may also select wine, cheese, meat, sausage, bread and honey. We have baked goods too- from sweet to savory and even gluten free. What to eat? It’s hard to choose because it’s all so good: Omelets, breakfast tacos, ceviche, Okonomiyaki, Pastrami and even Jewish Caesar salad. See you on Sunday! Location: Donahue street between W. 9th and Boyce Streets.

Ride your bike to WEFM like the Biker Chicks Sonoma County.

Ride your bike to WEFM like the Biker Chicks Sonoma County.

 

Announcing a new EBT matching program. Starting THIS Sunday May 25th, WEFM will match your EBT $ one for one. That means you can spend twice as much money for fresh, wholesome food for your family. Thank you to Exchange Bank and Kaiser Permanente for their generous grants.

EBT

Simply Ceviche– Outstanding Ceviche awaits you at WEFM. Mateo Hernandez uses an old family recipe to make his delicious ceviche. He makes it fresh every morning in small batches so rest-assured that it fresh and made with love. Two choices available: Mango Tango- shrimp ceviche with a delicious mango sauce, served with chips & Classic ceviche served on a tostada or in a cup with chips. Finish that off with a cone of creamy avocado ice cream. Visit Simply Ceviche on Sunday for a light, refreshing meal.

Simply Ceviche

Simply Ceviche

Tea and Trumpets– Do you love tea? Tea & Trumpets is place to go for an excellent selection of loose leaf tea. Mark Bowden, a fellow tea lover, believes that selecting tea should be a fun, interactive experience. He offers only 100% USDA organic tea because he believes that tea should be in its purest form, without use of chemicals. Drop by the booth and feel free to sample the featured tea of the day and enjoy the aroma of the tea selection.

Tea and Trumpets

Tea and Trumpets

Love our new radish poster? We all do! It was created by local artist, Brian Howlett. You can have a copy of the artist’s rendition of the poster, signed by the artist, for $15. Proceeds to benefit WEFM music. Get your copy at the information booth on Sunday.

Brian Howlett is our featured poster artist for 2014

Brian Howlett is our featured poster artist for 2014

Our North Bay Hootenanny Stage features the best in local music, all music booked by the multi-talented and dashing Josh Windmiller. This Sunday we feature Lesley Greer melodic singer, songwriter on guitar and keyboard.

Lesley Greer

Are you interested in supporting our local musicians, farmers, craft and food artists? Market Sponsors will be featured on our website, in our updates and given a seat at our harvest dinner. Music Sponsors will have all those wonderful things AND also be featured on our market posters and Hootenanny stage. Call Allen Thomas (707) 477-8422 for more information.

Exchange Bank

Thank-you WEFM sponsor!

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