Stop by the market today to stock up on some fresh fruit, veg and other goodies for your July 4th celebrations!
Because of all the activities on offer this holiday weekend, there’s no market demo scheduled. We will, however, be giving out a limited number of free dump passes worth $20 for Emerson-Garfield residents on a first-come, first-served basis.
Plus we’ve got some great entertainment lined up with Wilson Rahn. He’s a local singer/songwriter with one EP under his belt.
Here are the vendors who are scheduled to take part today:
- Alpine Bakery – A full range of baked goods, including gluten-free
- Awesome Possum – Handmade all-natural lotion bars and lip balms
- Chattaroy Cheese Co. – Farmstead goat cheese
- Country Buddies – Jams, salsas and more
- Courtney’s Crafts for Costa Rica – Handmade jewelry, scrapbooks and more
- The Farm Yard – Neighborhood-grown veggies, herbs and more
- The Father’s Table – Neighborhood-grown veggies, herbs and starts
- Food for All (aka Vinegar Flats) – Locally grown veggies and herbs
- Jenkins Java – Cold- and hot-brewed coffee plus sodas
- Mary Beauregard – Plastic canvas needlepoint
- Orange Thyme – Natural balms, soaps, perfume oils, body butters and more
- Petunia’s Marketplace – Flavored honey, candies, gourmet pasta and more
- Riverfront Farm – Locally grown vegetables from Project Hope Spokane
- R.P. Guerrero Farms – Organic fruit (cherries, peaches, nectarines, apples)
- Rufino Zusimbo – Chair massage
- The Scone Ranger – Sweet and savory scones
- Simply Sweets – Confectionery including baklava and brittles
- SnowBerry Ridge – Raw honey
- Song Sparrow Farms – Locally grown vegetables
- Vladimir Kuzmenko – Fruits and vegetables from the Yakima area
It’s forecast to be hot today, so Jenkins Java will have a Italian sodas and cold-brewed coffee to cool you off. They also have milk from Spokane’s Family Farm. Gallons are only $4.50, which is less expensive than the same milk at most supermarkets.