Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Hey there all of our loyal Otis Farmers Market customers! This Saturday, August 13th is Hot Diggity Dog Day! For those of you who visit our market with your dogs, know that there will be a few things for your dogs to do! We will have doggie pools set up for dogs to cool off in, doggie water bowls for them to drink out of, a doggie obedience class (dogs have already signed up for), and lots more doggie things for our favorite doggie customers to do! We also have our Vendor of the Week to highlight with a cooking demo.....and this Saturday it just so happens to be Bracken Brae Farm of Monterey! The cooking demo will consist of what is ready on their farm for produce right now, so bring your taste buds as Sandra Snyder cooks up a storm! And, we will have live fiddle music by our favorite fiddle player, Sarah Hubbard...... So much is happening that it would be a howling shame if you missed it!
Monday, August 1, 2011
Ready, set, tie-dye! This Saturday, August 6th at market, we will be hosting our 2nd annual Tie-Dying Day! You can purchase a shirt to tie dye for just $5.00, or bring your own shirt (or whatever clothing you'd like to tie dye) for $3 (to cover the cost of dye). There will also be shirts already tie-dyed on sale from $5 to $10 if you don't want to get your hands dyed! Also happening on this day is our Vendor of the Week, who just happens to be Cal's Zucchini Relish! They will be doing a cooking demo to show our public what can be done with their relish. So join us for a day of fun and food!
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Ever wonder what that old piece of jewelry tucked away in your jewelry box is worth? Well now you can find out at the Otis Farmers Market's Antiques Road Show, happening this Saturday, July 30th from 9 am to 1 pm. The market will have on hand an Antiques Dealer to appraise peoples old treasures. Also happening will be a "How To" make Alpine Troughs demonstration from our Vendor of the Week JoAnne Henderson of Pathways Farm Perennials. Enjoy a year round garden in your home year round! Prices will vary according to the trough you create. We will also have live music by Larry Southard and Ron Craig, our market favorites! See you there!
Friday, July 22, 2011
It's the Otis Farmers Market 2nd Annual Farm Day, and you won't want to miss it! Besides having a farm petting zoo filled with lots of furry little animals for your kids to play with, we will also have Rock Ledge Farm at market with their covered wagon rides and pony rides! Our Vendor of the Week will be Maple Corner Farm, featuring Big Mama's Maple Madness BBQ Sauce, which you get to sample at our cooking demo! To make the day complete, we will have local musician Sarah Hubbard playing fiddle, and she alone can draw a crowd! We hope to see you there!
Join us on July 9th for Herb Your Diet, where you can learn how to cook with herbs by sampling goods from a cooking demo featuring The Planted Feather Farm and Bakery. Specialty herbed breads will also be available for purchase. There will also be music by local musician Nathan Day, a market favorite! Don't miss out on our account!
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
4th of July Weekend at the Otis Farmers Market is a great time! The market is flooded with summer people returning to their summer homes.....local people out and about getting their shopping done in preparation for their holiday celebrations.......and fun events planned by the market. On Saturday, July 2nd the market will be host to local musician Jeff Gonzales! And, we will be beginning our Vendor of the Week, where each Saturday a new vendor is highlighted for the day. On this day will be Kathy Carroll of Greener Leaves Greenhouse who will show us all how to make container gardens! Stop by and see what deals she has going on at her booth! Happy 4th of July!
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
The Otis Farmers Market will be hosting their 2nd Annual Crafters Fair, on Saturday June 25th. If you, or someone you know, is a crafter of some sort, please contact us to be a vendor! Our customers love our craft fairs, for it is something different and unique, and it gives them not only a chance to buy their local food, but also to support their local crafters! Don't miss out!