JUST EAT LOCAL

BECAUSE IT’S IMPORTANT & BECAUSE THE RIVERSIDE FARMERS’ MARKET TOLD YOU TO

Week Eight: July 23

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Paul Halvey returns July 23 with his guitar, voice, and the great vibe he adds to the market.

 

We look forward to seeing you and your family, friends, and and neighbors at the Riverside Farmers’ Market on Wednesday. For those who are ambitious there are cherries, berries, beans, and many other items for pickling and canning.

For those looking for a leisurely meal or two, pick up some frozen kaleburgers, mushroom ravioli, and farm-fresh eggs to go with crusty whole-grain loaves and other baked goods. And if you need a night off, grab a pizza or grilled veggie burger and wash it down with a refreshing smoothie.

Leave room for handcrafted chocolates, decadent croissants, and buttery fruit tarts. If you are planning ahead, we have meats for breakfast and barbecue, vegetables for primavera and gazpacho, and ingredients for delightful salads and refreshing desserts. Sweeten everything with locally produced honey and add a savory touch with a variety of condiments. 

On the entertainment front, shop to the melodies of Paul Halvey, set the children loose on veggie bingo, and huddle up with our Riverside Public Library partners for Gravity Racers–a program from Children and Youth Services.

Look for market managers in their green shirts to answer your questions.

 

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