|COVID-19 Information: Our volunteer-run Curbside Pickup program has been suspended as market operations normalize. Social distancing and wearing of masks are still strongly encouraged.|
Happy rainy, sunny season of abundance! It’s here! This weekend Idaho enters Stage 4 of reopening and our market gets closer and closer to looking like normal. That being said, we are so grateful for the support you have shown us during the uncertain first month of opening.
Saturday we welcome Larry Mooney and Sweet Tooth. Larry is a veteran performer, having played music since he was 6 years old. He began as a trumpeter, then a jazz trombonist, and has now been a guitarist and singer for over 30 years. He has worked numerous large and small events, including nightclubs, private parties and benefits. He has a large, eclectic playlist of standards, jazz, pop, and bossa nova. Larry prides himself on delivering high quality music and
engaging his audience in the experience. He is currently fronting a duo called “Sweet Tooth”, which is he and a percussionist.
Our Wednesday market will feature return artist Di Gaddi!
|Fresh this Week:Spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, lettuces, radishes, salad mix, kale, chard, salad turnips, baby bok choy, beets, broccolini, sugar snap peas, parsley, dill, cilantro, green onions, plant starts, fresh flowers.|
Returning Vendor Spotlight: Lone Mountain Farms
After a short absence while they focused on starting an exciting new opportunity for North Idaho residents to visit local farms (more on that in a minute), Lone Mountain Farms is thrilled to be back at the market starting this weekend. They’ll be featuring their 100% local, estate-brewed beer (Athol, Idaho) as well as their farm-grown heritage grains.
What’s on tap?
In case you missed it, in the last year or so, Lone Mountain Farms has opened a tasting room on their farm in Athol where they have beers on tap, a buying club, and you can tour the hop/grain growing operation AND the digitally-controlled brewing set-up with owners Luke and Emily, who have backgrounds in app and software development, plus they’re on track to become one of the first 100% estate-grown breweries in the United States!
They’ll be serving pints on the farm soon too!
Equally as exciting is their leadership in developing the Panhandle Farm Corridor. You can find more information about that here: https://www.panhandlefarmcorridor.com/
We look forward to seeing you!