Wednesdays June 1 - October 19, 2016 No market July 13 3:00 - 7:00pm
Presbyterian Church Union Valley Rd & Milford Ln West Milford, NJ 07480
This Week at the Market:
In addition to all of our wonderful regular vendors, here's who will be at the market this week:
Part Time vendors:
Live Love Granola will have 'paleo bars.' They travel well, and come in a variety of flavors including coconut cacoa, pecan cherry and cashew-almond. Try a variety pack!
Designs by Cindy Lou has more than hand-sewn items--they also make handmade dog biscuits in a variety of flavors. Healthy, human grade ingredients - even the fussiest of dogs love them. Come get a dozen or more for your furry friends.
MP Knives will be back--bring your knives for sharpening at Market this week.
Artisans: Sunrise Mountain Soaps will join us again this week with their all-natural, vegetable based products.
Don't miss Roxy's Jewelry with her handmade designs.
Musician: In the Music Tent this week please welcome Marji Zintz.
Nonprofit: Ample Harvest will be collecting produce from your home garden, or your market purchase, for West Milford Presbyterian this week. Learn more below.
The Kids Korner will be back with another clever activity for the kids in the Farmers Market booth from 3-5pm.
Peace & Carrots is having a bulk tomato sale: $1.75/lb for 2 or more red tomatoes and $2.50/lb for 3 or more heirloom tomatoes. Come and stock up for labor day salads, sauces, canning and more!
Healthy Thymes will be bringing more of their famous veggie dip, lots of salads including broccoli salad, ginger coleslaw and Dani's vegetarian UNchicken salad. Try their flour-less chickpea cake for desert.
Ideal Farms has Jersey corn and tomatoes that are summery and delicious, and watermelons that are juicy and sweet. Make it easy on yourself and bring a loaf of bread or homemade pie from Ideal to your Labor Day Party.
Top Of The Mountain Honey has chunk honey (for a short time) that has the comb in it directly from the hive. Come try their chunk honey or buy a piece of honey filled comb in packages. Get it while it lasts - there isn't much and it's going fast!
Snoepwinkel Farms is having a blow-out sale on chicken drumsticks. Fire up the grill and enjoy the long holiday weekend.
Pie Eyed Bar Pies is now bringing 1lb balls of fresh mozzarella. Try it with your tomato salad, or drizzle it with a some balsamic vinegar reduction and you have a knock out labor day treat.
Empanada Lady has a new 'Sirloin Steak & Cheddar' empanada--their spin on the Philly Cheese Steak, but without the onions and peppers. Gluten free empanadas are available, just be sure to pre-order. Don't forget to visit our restaurant on non-market days up at the Greenwood Lake Airport!
Cactus Pete wants to know--do you have a campfire in your Labor Day plans? How about adding the perfect treat: Campfire Beef Jerky! Come try a sample. Buy three large bags for only $25--only at the market!
Pickle Liscious has a labor day special on 'Krelish'. Krelish is a blend of mustard, relish and sauerkraut. Get 2 containers for $10--this week only--and enjoy it on your Labor Day hot dogs! ALSO: Spend $25 at Pickle Licious and get a free pint of barrel pickles (of your choice).
Corbett Cookie Bar will bring pretzel brownies this week--perfect deserts for your labor day guests.
Vernon Valley Farms will have sun-sugar cherry tomatoes and eggplants this week. Check out their rainbow-chard--it's their best kept secret! It's kept in the cooler so it won't wilt. Ask for a bunch!
Hope Cress Farms homegrown tomatoes come from rich soil and will be available at a 20% discount when combined with the purchase of micro greens.
Music at the Market
This project is funded, in part, by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council at Passaic County Community College, through a grant from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts / Department of the State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. PCCHC Information
We have a wonderful market volunteer, Bernie Stapleton, who brings us a fantastic line up of local musicians each year at the market. Thank you, Bernie!!!!
We Accept SNAP
We are now accepting SNAP EBT cards for purchases of fresh produce and freshly prepared foods. Stop by the Market tent and we will explain how.
We received a grant from The USDA and Garden State Good Food (administered by City Green), to double your SNAP dollars. We hope this will be a way to help our fellow market shoppers who use these resources, to be able to buy fresh, healthful, and locally-sourced, fruits and vegetables. Thanks to all who made this possible.
A big thank you to our Market sponsors, who have committed to help make the Market possible in 2016 (more to come)!
Fuzzy friends cannot walk through the market due to Board of Health regulations so please plan accordingly.
Volunteers: Much Needed and Always Welcome!
If you have an hour or more on Wednesday afternoons, we could use your help with set up and/or breakdown of the market.
Setting up and breaking down the market takes ½ - 1 hour before and after the market. If you can come and help us between 1:30-2:30pm or from 6:30-7:30pm on any Wednesday between June 1st and October 19. We would greatly appreciate any and all help. Your market needs you!
Please contact Triscia at 973-769-4838 or email her , or better still, stop by the Market tent and say hello and let us know you want to help.