Hey, a little rain in the forecast, but what better time to come to the market…?

Hey, when it’s a little rainy, you can’t be out swimming or boating, and you can’t mow your lawn, so what better to do than bring an umbrella and come on down to the Aurora Farmers Market?  Our market vendors have canopies so you can dodge any raindrops… and what all is UNDER those canopies… oh MY!

Here is who will be at the Aurora Farmers Market this coming Saturday and what they will have to offer:

Aurora Ridge Gardens will have plants, assorted seasonal vegetables, and fresh figs.

BooRadley’s Garden will have corn, peaches and plants. BooRadley’s Garden is a participant in the Farmers Market Nutrition Program, accepting WIC and Senior FMNP checks.  If you don’t know what this is, get information on the eligibility requirements for these nutritional support programs at the Farmers Market management booth.

Byler’s Baked Goods makes delicious breads, pies, turnovers, cookies, sweet rolls, jams and jellies. Emma also sells handmade quilts and unusual Amish dolls.

Dragonfly Hill Farm offers vegetables, fruits, farm-fresh brown eggs, and handmade alpaca wool crafts. Dragonfly is also a participant in the Farmers Market Nutrition Program, accepting WIC and Senior FMNP checks.

 Gimme Waffles by Seed Born Foods LLC will be again offering delicious gluten-free waffles with homemade toppings, both sweet and savory, homemade dairy-free ice cream, and fudge. This week’s savory topping will be chicken-and-gravy and, taking advantage of fresh figs in season, the fig-o-licious waffle

Green Door Woodshop will offer a wide variety of handcrafted wood items, like benches, bird houses, and wooden crates.

Red Head Ranch Soaps– selling a variety of handmade, all natural, cold process goat milk soaps and vegan Castile soaps in a wide assortment of scents.

Ridge Run Garlic will have loose garlic and garlic braids, great for gift-giving.

San Pedro Sister Community Project volunteers will sell brightly colored bags and hammocks handmade by the artisans from the San Pedro community in El Salvador. Some of the volunteers just returned from a trip visiting the San Pedro community and brought back a new assortment of hammocks ($65) and bags. As a fundraiser for the San Pedro community, the local volunteers also sell Equal Exchange Fair Trade certified coffees (whole bean and ground), tea, cocoa, chocolate bars, and snack products .

Standing Stone Honey Bee Products plans to have honey, beeswax candles,  Bee Soothe skin balm, lotion bars, beeswax lip balm, and honey soap. Ron reports he will have fresh picked blueberries

Joining us for the first time this week is:

Knob Hill Hog Farm offering USDA-certified lean pork products, including bacon, chops and roasts, all produced without antibiotics or hormones.

We hope we will see YOU this week!



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