Farmers Market update for November 19, 2022 — Neuse News

Farmers Market update for November 19, 2022 — Neuse News

The day has finally arrived for those of you who have asked the question, “What in the world is going on in that RED building next to the Farmers Market?” Although there is a little more tweaking to do, we decided that it was time to unveil the progress that has been made and to answer all your questions about this building and its’ proposed usage AND how it has been paid for !SO, visit each of our SUPER SATURDAY vendors at the market, then wander over to the Annex for an Open House with light seasonal snacks, between 9:30 and 2.

Your questions will be answered, and you will be surprised and delighted at what you see!

Guest Vendors at the Farmers Market Carolina Classic Cruisers Car Show Bruce Ziegler. and perhaps other artists from Art 105

Katherine Harper decorative, seasonal cookies made with all natural products

Killen Harper will offer a demo on how to raise microgreens & will have some for sale

Seraphim Smith will have home made bread and samples with flavored butter a favorite from last year

Tissy Paderick will bring gorgeous seasonal bows & decorations

Kelly Bluhm will show her beautiful wreaths

Ruth Anderson & her students have baked various cookies and cupcakes … breads, scones, please read the message below. These students are from all 4 area schools. Please support this effort.

Message from Ruth We are raising money to support students’ educational study abroad for Spring Break 2023. Students will be immersed in the culture and traditions of Italy as they explore Rome, Florence, Venice, and the island of Murano. They will be learning as they travel and explore each city. They will learn to navigate a country whose language they don’t know. They will have to learn how to order off a menu using the Italian lira or the European Euro. All students will learn how to navigate a city, see the museums that house the amazing art from the Renaissance period. They will explore the Vatican City, (which has its own government), they will watch how the old tradition of glass blowing is still alive in Murano, and they will take a cooking class in Florence. The experiences of a lifetime await each traveler and we are thrilled to help them achieve this goal.

Market open between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm Tuesday and Saturday

Upcoming events at the market

Save Saturday, November 19th and celebrate with us on Super-Saturday.

It will be a fun day, with our vendors and a lot of guest vendors; bakers, artists, crafters, farmers, beekeepers, funnel cake makers. If you are an artist or crafts person whose items are handcrafted, and you would like to become a “Vendor for a Day” (at no charge), contact the Cooperative Extension Office at (252) 527-2191 before November 9th.

Vendor list for Saturday, November 19, 2022

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