As the season continues the Markets just keep getting better and better. This week, we had chile roasting provided by Tafoya Farms this week. We were also lucky enough to host musical favorite, Holy Water & Whiskey, and there was plenty of room for dancing, too! We have a lot coming up this month at the Market, including the Historic Tractor Show and new canvas Market shopping bags at the Market Shop. Be sure to make it to the Markets this month – August is a month you won’t want to miss, both for seasonal crops and activities! The mid-week Market is also up in full swing, so stop by this Wednesday, 3PM-6PM.
True to the central New Mexico way, we had a brief thunderstorm during the Market this afternoon, but it was no deterrent to our fantastic dozen vendors that participated in the mid-week Market this Wednesday. Thank you to our wonderful customers that came out to the Market. This week, vendors had peaches, flowers, bread, honey, onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, and much more. If you missed us this weekend, join us this Sunday to find your favorite seasonal fruits and vegetables and other products, as well as a breakfast burrito and live music from Holy Water & Whiskey. Don’t miss ’em! See you Sunday, 9AM-12PM.
All our vendors were delighted to see so many faces at the Market this weekend. This past Sunday was our busiest Market yet, and busy markets go hand in hand with all the favorites…green chile, sweet corn and many different varieties of tomatoes, all of which were at the Market this weekend. Before you know it, we’ll be seeing watermelon and cantaloupe as well. We hope you are enjoying the season, and don’t forget about our mid-week Wednesday Market! Less crowds and vendors, but you can find all the essentials there. Bring your bags, vendors will be here Wednesday afternoon, 3PM-6PM.
What a great day to go to a Growers’ Market. Our Wednesday Market had green chile, flowers, carrots, peaches and blackberries this week, to name a few favorites. We also are happy to have Hand to Mouth Foods joining the Wednesday Markets, who brought greens, fruits, vegetables and baked goods. If you missed them today, come visit them on Sunday…but get there early! Hand to Mouth Foods is a local favorite and sells out fast! This Sunday, we will have live music from A Band Named Sue. Stop by, vendors will be there 9AM-12PM.
What are the top items on your list when you visit the Market? If sweet corn makes the cut, then you’ll be happy to hear that Wagner Farms was at the Market this Sunday with the first batch of white sweet corn. Come by and check it out early because chances are this one’s going fast. Also if you missed Wednesday’s market, green chile is back which means that roasting isn’t far behind. Lastly, a big thanks goes out to the Bosque Basoonists and Danielle Frabutt and Garrett Holslag for providing music at the market! We’ll see you at the upcoming market on Wednesday.
What a great day we had for the opening Wednesday Market of the season. Although it was a little windy, we had a cool afternoon with eight vendors and over 200 customers. Everyone that comes to the Wednesday market has one thing in mind — food! We had multiple varieties of peaches, flowers, tomatoes, onions, garlic, honey and the first of the Sandia Hot green chile. This is the time to start coming to the Market if you’ve been putting it off. The favorites are in season, which means corn and melons are not far behind. This Sunday, we will have live music from the Bosque Bassoonists. Come down, vendors will be there from 9AM-12PM.
Music, locally grown produce and freshly prepared breakfast burritos were at the Market this weekend. Thanks to everyone that came out to support our wonderful growers at the Market. We had a great variety of Market items, including fresh bread, juicy peaches and plums, flowers, and tomatoes. This week, the Wednesday market will begin. We will have vendors at the Market, 3PM-6PM. Stop by and stock up on Market essentials, hope to see you there!