Signs of summer are appearing! The sun is finally shining and we are expecting a beautiful Saturday for the market and Easthampton’s annual Cultural Chaos!
The Prindle School will be joining us this week and preforming a wide variety of music, instrument demonstrations, student performances and sample piano lessons!
This week at the market you can expect:
Blue Sun Perennials will have a wide assortment of perennial and herb plants.
Five a Day Farm is bringing plants, lettuce, kale, radish, and mixed greens
Hilltown Grazers will be bringing pork chops, St. Louis ribs, pork butt and shoulder, Bratwurst, Liverwurst, no-nitrate hot dogs, hams and other goodies.
Passalongs will have mixed flower bouquets (peonies! lupine, orlaya, daisies, love-in-mist, ferns, iris), succulent gardens, hanging hydroponic gardens, and lots and lots of jam.
Riverside Gardens will be bringing leaf and Romaine lettuce, salad mix, baby blue kale and baby red Russian kale, radishes, swiss chard, rhubarb and chives as well as a limited amount of bedding plants, potted flowers and herbs.
White Cedar Farm is bringing hanging baskets, garden plants, herbs and flowers, raw, local honey, farm fresh eggs, rhubarb, and shiitake mushrooms.
Lovefield Way Garden Arts will have vegetable, herb and flower starts, cut flowers, fresh herbs, succulent terrariums and crochet hanging planters and jars.
ElleNaturel will have handcrafted bath & beauty products. Featuring great gifts for fathers day, like beard oil, Natural Pest Be Gone bug repellent and shaving soap set.
Don’t forget to stop by the Easthampton Farmer’s and Makers Market tent on Cottage Street during Cultural Chaos for a special offer and some stickers! We may decide to extend the market this week due to the festivities!
See you there!