Our vendors are always happy to see all the customers that come out to the Wednesday Market, many of which cannot make it to the Sunday Market. The Wednesday Market has shaped into a great Market of it’s own, and this Wednesday was no different. We had the usual favorites, including tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, flowers, and chile. If you haven’t tried the peaches from one of several vendors who bring them, you’re missing out! The sweet, tree-ripened fruits are the best in the area; you won’t find anything like them anywhere else! This Sunday, the Market will host The Tumbleweeds, so don’t miss out! We hope to see you this week, 9AM-12PM.
Another great Market this Sunday, with live music from the one and only Zoltan Orkestar. We hope you enjoyed the Market as much as we did. The Apple Tree Cafe was busy all morning, and vendors were happy to see so many people out and about at the Market. Fruit was the big thing at the Market this week – vendors had grapes, watermelon, peaches, pears, blackberries, cantaloupe, honeydew, and apples. We also had green chile roasting on site – now is the time to stock up your freezer! The flowers are in full bloom as well, cosmos, giant sunflowers, gladiolas and zinnias are in season as well. Thank you to everyone that came out to the Market this weekend, it was fantastic to see the community supporting local agriculture! The fun continues this Wednesday, stop by for your grocery shopping after work. Vendors will be there with all the essentials, including green chile, tomatoes, peaches, and onions. See you there, 3PM-6PM.
When we started the Wednesday Market more than a decade ago, we were interested in providing a consistent and reliable food resource for the community, especially for those that couldn’t make it to a weekend Growers’ Market. This season, our mid-week Market has really proven its worth, both for our growers’ and for the customers that make it out. This week, we had almost 20 vendors and over 500 customers – our largest Wednesday Market to date. The Wednesday Markets are something entirely different from our larger Sunday Market. It’s the perfect place to stop if you have one thing on your mind: FOOD. There will not be music or burritos there, but you can count on vendors having the produce and goods you have come to expect from the Market, including chile roasting. So, whether you just need to stop for a couple of tomatoes and an onion for dinner, or you do all your grocery shopping on Wednesday, come visit us next week. Vendors will be there, 3PM-6PM, rain or shine. As always, WIC is accepted by all the vendors selling fresh produce.
A very special THANK YOU to the Corrales Tractor Club for making the annual Historic Tractor Show a great success! The tractors looked fantastic this year and we were happy to have everyone at the Market. Thank you also goes to Friends Forever for providing fantastic music for our great event. This week, customers were happy to see Schwebach Farms at the Market this week, they brought a truck-full of their famous sweet corn. Our Wednesday Markets are continuing strong, and vendors will be at the Market this Wednesday, 3PM-6PM. Then on Sunday, Zoltan Orkestar will be at the Sunday Market to provide live music for the Market. See you there!
Another wonderful mid-week Market happened this Wednesday afternoon, and everyone there had a good time. The 13 vendors participating had a variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as honey, flowers and baked goods. We had great weather and happy customers; couldn’t ask for more! This Sunday will be the annual Historic Tractor Show! This is a free event (of course!) that takes place every year in which the CGM invites the Corrales Tractor Club out to the Market to showcase all of their antique tractors to the community. The event will take place 9AM-12PM, and tractors will be parked in the Market. Bring the kids and the camera, hope to see you there!!
A very special THANK YOU to Le Chat Lunatique, and the thousands of customers that make it to the Market this weekend! We even had an additional row of vendors at the Market to share their delicious produce and farm goods with the community this week, bringing the total vendor count up to 44. This week was what the our Growers’ Market is all about; community and sustaining local agriculture! Please, PLEASE don’t miss the next Sunday Market! The annual Historical Tractor Show will be taking place, so bring the whole family down to the Market! We will have live music by Friends Forever. The Wednesday Market is also going strong – if you have time, stop by and grab the mid-week essentials; 3PM-6PM. See you soon!
The second annual Sandoval County Health Fair was a great success. WIC, local health care providers, Sandoval County health representatives, and vendors from the Corrales Growers’ Market were there from 10AM-3PM to provide information and resources to the community. A very special thanks to Wagner Farms, Lopez Farms, and Corrales Classic Farms for coming out and providing a small sample of what the market has to offer everyone in the area. This Sunday, we will have fantastic live music by Le Chat Lunatique and a breakfast burrito with your name on it. See you this weekend – Sunday, 9AM-12PM.