Monday, July 30, 2012

Schedule for July 30th market

Beverly Farmers' Market tomorrow July 30th from 3-7pm on Railroad Ave by the Depot

3:15-3:45pm a very special story time called Unseen Borders: Stories in sign by deaf story teller KR Glickman and hearing teller/interpreter Tony Toledo.

4-6pm Music by Alexandra Dibacco

$2 drop-in Origami with Miho.  Learn to make a Samurai helmet.

Compost station open throughout the market
Bring your kitchen scraps (no meat or dairy) to the market, we'll compost it for free!

Ride your bike to the market
Leave your bike with the free bike valet parking and get a simple tune-up.  You can learn more about your bike from these students of Waring school and Ipswich.

Volunteer needed:
Would you like to interview one of the farmers' market vendors?  Come to the market tent tomorrow and interview a vendor for the Beverly Citizen Vendor Spotlight.

Fresh Local Fruits, Veggies, Meat, Dairy, Eggs, Flowers, Art, Jewelry, Bread, Cookies, Pies, Music, and more!

See you at the market!

Market Photos and our Sponsor

Tomorrow will be the seventh market of the season, and already we are enjoying those juicy tomatoes that we have all been waiting for!

Tomorrow's market is sponsored by Joyce Herman, a local realtor with J Barrett & Co.  Feel free to check out her website:  Joyce Herman at J Barrett & Co.  The market thrives off of support from local businesses and professionals.  Thank you Joyce!

 Photos by Jonathan Rand

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Refresh Yourself!

The Beverly Farmers' Market will be back tomorrow, Monday July 9!  Get ready to relax into buying fresh cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, and all varieties of greens.  Mmmm!  You can get everything you need for dinner at the market:  Foxboro Cheese Company has a great selection of grass fed beef products, as well as eggs, and cheese;  bread from Piantedosi, Ravioli from Nella Pasta, will complement your trove of veggies nicely!  You can always find a sweet treat at the market from In Good Taste Bakery or Hedvika's Bakery.

We encourage you to take advantage of the beautiful park and weather and picnic at the farmers' market, too!  Sometimes a simple bread and cheese dinner, with fresh veggies and berries and Marmalade or Pickles from Fille de Ferme is the best summer dinner possible!

We are also lucky to have some skilled artisans at our market.  Try a product from Beverly Farms Soapwerks;  Rick is great at finding just the right soap for your style!  Visit Little Owl Arts to buy beautifully crafted jewelry and accessories.
Visit the market tent for more information and to say hello to our amazing volunteers.  You can now use your credit card, in addition to your SNAP card at the market.  Remember your bags and to drop off your compost!

See you at the market!