Last Spring Farmers’ Market! May 26th, 2012

Last call – please join us for the last Port Washington Indoor Farmers’ Market of the season! Check out all of our great vendors and their offerings – and find out where to find them in the summer months! Support local vendors and stock up on fresh and delicious items! We plan to feature a full range of products, from produce to eggs, beef, pastries and canned goods.

This week’s Sustainable Living Focus will be a mini craigslist wrap up! Learn more about how to benefit from their free service.  Live music from Wayne Burgleman will be featured as well.  Our variety of vendors offer a wide range of items, so we will have something for everyone!

Some of our planned vendors include

  • Trust Local Foods – delivering locally and organically produced foods from trusted sources, including cider and gluten free options
  • Wellspring CSA – fresh, fabulous local produce and wellness education
  • Ice Age Naturals – offering pastured meats and farm fresh eggs
  • MMB’s BBQ & Catering – a local family sharing their tasty barbeque traditions
  • PortFish, Ltd – yellow perch, herbs, and information on aquaponics
  • Port Washington Community Garden – learn about the Hales Trails Community Garden project
  • Renaissance Herbs – handcrafted herbal products, Artisan soaps, oils, herbal healing salves and balms
  • Aleka’s Kitchen – gourmet pastries and authentic Greek dishes
  • Java Dock – coffee and pastries from a great local shop
  • Sandy Yang – delicious local produce
  • Waubeka Eggs – fresh eggs from an area farm
  • Anne Greene – homemade pies and granola
  • Brat Fry!  – a local church will be holding a brat fry outside
  • Robert Bergschultz – bringing his maple syrup, and will have children’s books available, too!

:Smile:  Hope to see you there!

When: Saturday, May 26th, 9:00am – 1:00pm

Where: First Congregational Church, 131 N. Webster St, Port Washington, WI 53074

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  1. Having the Port – Saukville Patch is a wonderful companion to Saukville’s Newsletter. I enjoy both of them and am grateful that they are offered to the local resident; as well as, the local internet community. They are sure to bring in more out-of-town visiters.

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