Apples!

A bit of fall is in the air these days and with fall comes Jim Sellers’s Apples! I look forward to his apples every year. He is famous in this area for his apples, and he is one of the first members of the market which began 15 years ago in September. Come on down and celebrate the bounty of veggies to be found at the market this time of year. You can find us at Bridge Park from 9 – noon on Saturday. Family Art at the Market will be from 10 – 12 under the pavilion. Check us out on Instagram #jacksoncountyfarmersmarket and FB Glorious Jackson County Farmers Market.

Mid August

I can hardly believe that it is already the middle of August! All sorts of veggies can be found at the Market these days, I even spied a pile of pumpkins last week!  Backwoods Bakery will be back at the market, however please note that it will be the last week for at least a month for Walter and Joanne of Pineapple Sage Herb Farm. Make sure to purchase any herbs and spices that you need for the coming month this weekend, and don’t forget to pet the cat! JIm Sellers will be there with some early apples.

Sunny Day

Veggies are in full force. Ron and Cathy of Vegenui are headed out of town for the month of August and have a plethora of Soybeans to sell: Here is their ad:

SOYBEANS ARE HERE! EDAMAME AVAILABLE! This Saturday 8/1 only at the Jackson County Farmers Market fresh soybeans from Vegenui Garden will be for sale. They are grown by Ron and Cathy Arps. The price is $3.50 per pound, or 3# for $10.

Next chance for Vegenui soybeans will be the middle of August, so stock up!

Blueberries will be in full force, eggs, sweet corn, last week we had walnuts – possibly they will be back.

It is the First Saturday Scavenger Hunt so bring your kids to the Info Booth (10 – 12) and when they are done with the Scavenger Hunt they have a chance to win a prize (while they last).

A word of warning: Backwoods Bakery will not be at the Market this week. :(

Also, we will not be having Family Art at the Market this week either. Stay tuned for next week’s project!!

VISIT LOCAL FARMS

What a great opportunity to participate in our 9th ANNUAL JACKSON COUNTY FARM TOUR.  It will will take place July 25th and July 26th, 2015.

Here is our 2015 brochure for the Farm Tour!  2015 farm tour brochure Brochures are available and tickets are on sale at the Market this Saturday. You can also find them in Sylva at Signature Brew, Heinzelmannchen, and Guadalupe or in Dillsboro at The Christmas Shop, Tunnel Mountain Crafts and Country Traditions.

2015 farm tour brochure

Also this weekend during the Market will be a squash cooking event. Samples and recipes will be available to help you navigate through the plethora of squash you may have.

Family Art at the Market from 10 -12 under the pavilion will be making paper batik.

A special surprise at 10:30!!!!!! :)

Corn!

HI All,

Corn is back at the Market for the season and it is delicious!

Lots of other veggies to choose from along with fresh cut flowers that will last all week, herbs, herbal remedies, eggs (early), hot coffee and much much more. Family Art at the Market will take place from 10 -12 under the pavilion and kids will be experiencing watercolors through squirt guns! Farm Tour tickets and information are now available. Check out the blog post below or visit the information booth.

I am sorry to report, our Squash Fry will be postponed for one week due to unforeseen circumstances. AND our SNAP, credit, debit machine is still out of commission. Hopefully we will be back on track very soon.

See you Saturday at 9!

Farm Tour is Here!

ANNUAL JACKSON COUNTY FARM TOUR will take place July 25th and July 26th, 2015.

Here is our 2015 brochure for the Farm Tour! Brochures are available and tickets are on sale at the Market on Saturdays. You can also find them in Sylva at Signature Brew, Heinzelmannchen, and Guadalupe or in Dillsboro at The Christmas Shop, Tunnel Mountain Crafts and Country Traditions.

2015 farm tour brochure

July 4th!

The Market will indeed be open July 4th from 9 -12! Family Art at the Market will be from 10 -12 under the pavilion and will be yarn painting of the Huichol tribe. The First Saturday Scavenger Hunt will be ongoing throughout the market day.

Sad news about our credit/debit SNAP machine. It is no longer in service until we receive a replacement. The machine has worn out its life. I will keep you posted. Hopefully the wait will not be too long!

See you tomorrow!