Tomatoes. They’re back !

Jul 19, 2014 in Updates

They’re back !  Tomatoes have returned to the West End Farmers Market. We saw the first signs of our Summer friends last week. Now we hear more are on the way.

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Leisen’s Bridgeway Farms reports: We will be bringing tomatoes especially Stupice, that delicious, small salad tomato and Early Girl along with Sungold cherry tomatoes. New Orchid and Sugar Baby watermelon, our special lettuce and Padron peppers and Trombocino squash in abundance. Pickling cucumbers too.

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For more information on this week’s market check out our facebook page …..

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Our North Bay Hootenanny Stage sponsored by Exchange Bank features the best in local music, all music booked by the multi-talented and dashing Josh Windmiller. This week’s artist is Saffell, rock and funk music.

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Ride your Bike to WEFM! We are located downtown, just north of Historic Railroad Square, close to the SR Creek & Joe Rodota Bike trails and we have lots of bike parking available.

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WEFM EBT matching program. We will match your EBT $ one for one up to $20! That means you can buy twice as much fresh, wholesome food for your family.  Thanks to Exchange Bank, Kaiser Permanente and the Kelly Norman Team at Keller Williams Realty for their generous grants.

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WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program– The West End Farmers Market is now a WIC authorized Certified Farmers Market. You may use your WIC and Senior FMNP checks at the following Farmer’s stalls: Leisen’s Bridgeway Farms, Ortiz Brothers & Foggy River Farm.

 

We would like to thank our local Market Sponsors. They are featured on our website, in our updates and given a seat at our harvest dinner. Our Music Sponsor have all those wonderful things AND are also featured on our Hootenanny stage. Call Allen Thomas (707) 477-8422 for more information.

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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