Brainerd Farmer's Market Has Thanksgiving Harvest Holiday Market Nov. 23

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Brainerd Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. through December.  

The Thanksgiving Harvest and Holiday Market will be Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.  People may order Thanksgiving produce and desserts in advance for pick up during this time. 

The harvest will feature local, organic and certified naturally grown produce, holiday arts and crafts and farm to chef tastings and live music.

November produce and local farm products include a variety of collard greens, radishes, lettuces, kales, turnip greens, arugula, beets, carrots, cabbages, green onions, sweet potatoes and fresh herbs provided by Circle S Farm, Everett Heritage Farm, Pocket Farm and Walden Organic Farm.  There will also be locally crafted jams and jellies by Greenwell Farms and Pocket Farm. Dixie Farm fresh eggs, plus local grass fed beef from Circle S Farm.

The market is in the Grace Episcopal Church Parking Lot at the corner of Brainerd Road and Belvoir Avenue. 

For more informaiton visit https://www.facebook.com/BrainerdFarmersMarket or contact brainerdmarket@gmail.com, 580-6281.


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