Kousa Recipe and Preview of July 2: Banjos, Wine AND Cider, Cooking Demo with Pea Tendrils and Garlic Scape

Click HERE to learn about and link to all our vendors

We’ll have more news on Friday, but for now:

Click HERE for the Kousa recipes

from last Saturday

and here is the:

SNEAK PREVIEW of the July 2 Market Day
  • Banjo extraordinaires Don Borchelt and Ed Britt
  • Aaronap Cellars AND Downeast Cider
  • In Good Taste (Pam’s Salsa)
  • Wakefield Memorial High School Alumni Foundation
  • And, stock up at Lilac Hedge for your BBQ!


Of Pea Tendrils and Garlic Scapes
Stop by the  Market Kitchen Tent
right next to the Market Manager Tent
to find out how to use these tasty green treats!

NEWS FLASH: Jane (West River Creamery), Sandy (Vermont Gourment Candy Dish, and Kathleen (Emmett’s Edibles) cannot be with us this week. They will be back on July 9!

And, before we go on, don’t forget:
Volunteers ALWAYS welcome and needed!
You can sign up here for spots and tasks throughout the entire season.

We are in pretty good shape this week, but need one more for set up and for one for a 9-11 table shift – and a few more hands on deck
is always a good thing. 

NOTE: Potential volunteers are always welcome to “shadow” a volunteer doing a task you are interested in learning how to do before you sign up for a market day volunteer spot.

It’s Getting Prettier!!!  Set up and breakdown will be much easier from now on because we have a storage unit at Hall Park!  Not more lifting heavy tents and more into the minivan!!!
And, no fear; the unit is being beautifully painted this week by Wakefield High art students under the direction of Art teacher Joy Schilling.  Thank you to Steve Maio, Town Administrator, Rick Stinson, DPW Director, and the Board of Selectmen for your support!

As always, along with accepting credit and debit cards, we also proudly welcome SNAP/EBT transactions in exchange for “Market Bucks.” Our market continues to match SNAP/EBT purchases up to $10 per visit so all of our neighbors can afford to eat healthy local foods. Just stop by the Market Manager Tent to get your Market Bucks.

The Wakefield Farmers Market runs RAIN OR SHINE (except in dangerous weather, e.g. lightening or hurricane conditions).  The market opens at 9:00 a.m. and closes at 1:00 p.m. every Saturday starting June 18 through October 15, 2016.
Please visit  www.wakefieldfarmersmarket.org for a complete listing of vendors and upcoming events and to sign up for the email newsletter.  You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter. See you at the Market!Wendy Dennis
Market Manager

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