It’s shaping up to be the perfect Saturday! Temps back in the “mild” range, and all the goodies of summer… huckleberries, peaches, blueberries, raspberries, and the music of Bill Bozly! We hope to see you!
|FRESH THIS WEEK: Peaches, Blueberries, Raspberries, Huckleberries, Apricots, Apples, Gold Raspberries, Black Raspberries, Green/Yellow/Romano beans, Leeks, Peppers, Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Broccolini, Cauliflower, Chinese/Savoy/Red Cabbage, Fresh Garlic, Zucchini, New Potatoes, Turnips, Carrots, Beets, Kale, Rhubarb, Cucumbers, Broccoli, Spinach, Shallots, Kohlrabi, Radicchio, Lettuce, Arugula, Salad Mixes, Mustard Greens, Mizuna, Radishes, Cilantro, Dill, Basil, Green Onions, Chives, Swiss Chard, Heartnuts, English Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Sunflowers, Plant Starts, Fresh-Cut Flowers.|
Live Music Featuring:
Saturday: Bill Bozly
Wednesday: Buck 99
Power of Produce (PoP) Club for kids!
Operated by the Inland Northwest Food Network, the program seeks to encourage children to make healthy food choices by empowering them to shop for, grow and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables. Children between the ages of 5-12 are eligible to participate in the program free of charge. Each week club members will receive a token worth $2 to purchase a fresh fruit, vegetable or plant at participating farmer booths at the market, or they can choose to save their tokens to buy a larger item such as a fruit tree.
This Week’s Activity: This week at the PoP Club we will be combining our activity and our taste testing – it’s Zoodle Week! (Zucchini noodle)
Zoodles are an incredibly fresh and heathy alternative to pasta. Zoodles are a fun way for children to increase the amount of vegetables they eat. Kids love using the spiralizer to create ribbons of spiraled zucchini.
Zoodles are incredibly nutritious and a healthy alternative to highly processed wheat pasta or gluten free pasta, the only processing is when you crank the handle. Come swing by the PoP Club and help support getting children excited about preparing and eating healthy food!
Spotted on the Farm…
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