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:
Here's what you can expect at Market this week:
Part Time vendors:
Designs by Cindy Lou has broken out her summer collection! Stop by for tea towels with Jersey Shore motifs and lots of fun patterns and designs for summer BBQs and 4th of July, including seasonal stars and stripes towels, and more.
Sue's House of Fudge carries classic flavors as well as some new contenders such as butter pecan, cotton candy, and their newest creation: watermelon fudge.
Our featured vendor for 6/21:
R&L Greenhouses carries a wide variety of seasonal potted and hanging annual baskets and some potted herbs for the garden. Find lantana, begonias, impatiens, and herbs such as mint, basil and parsley. They'll be at the market for only two more weeks!
Whats new this week:
Ideal Farms offers a variety of fruits and vegetables, and so much more. This week they will have yummy fresh strawberries, fresh artisan breads, muffins and donuts. Oh, and cheese... lots of cheese--including farm-made Lancaster cheese
West Milford Confection Connection Carrie Longacre has a variety of gluten-free, vegan and nut-free treats in addition to her traditional selections. This week they will be be bringing white chocolate cranberry bread. Special orders are also available--ask and Carrie can make you just about anything.
Our Woods Maple carries NY maple syrup and other maple products produced on their farms in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. Try an all-natural lemonade made fresh with pure maple syrup--simply squeeze the lemons, add maple syrup, shake and enjoy.
Pie Eyed Bar Pies has homemade soups, ready-to-heat dinners, as well as their famous pies. Try Poppy's homemade meatballs, and a chicken or eggplant parm dinner. Wendy touts the deliciousness of their spinach roll... and they also have fresh mozzarella, too!
Pickle Licious has a variety of ways to enjoy pickles, garlic and olives. Try any pickle at their booth.... on a stick... for just a buck. Now that's a way to enjoy the summer weather!
Peace & Carrots has all of your favorite in-season greens, plus so much more. This week they are carrying beautiful romaine and red butter lettuces, mint and green garlic, and it's possible zucchini may be ready, too. Yum!
Corbett Cookie Bar Kitchen makes all-natural, delicious cookie bars. In addition to their favorites, this week try their new raspberry rhubarb bar made with local fruit.
Snoep Winkel Farms has grass fed, free range beef cubes and other free-range cuts of meat. They will have pork shoulder roast, and ham steaks again this week. Don't forget their new hot dogs, too.
Top Of The Mountain Honey carries a variety of local honey. In addition to raw honey, Donna makes honey favors--great for baby showers, weddings, or graduations. Stop by her booth to ask about these local, handcrafted gifts.
Empanada Lady: From sweet to savory, the Empanada Lady has the best, most authentic empanadas around. This week, try Gladys' beef stew empanada with chunks of beef, potatoes and carrots. Don't forget the dessert empanadas, too!
Musician: Please welcome Don Elliker to the music tent from 4-6pm.
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.