The Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market launched its second season on Friday, June 6.
Plenty of returning vendors were on hand, plus there were some very popular new ones, such as Project Hope’s Riverfront Farm and The Scone Ranger. In the music department, E-G’s very own Spokaloo was a big hit too.
Here’s a sampling of photos, taken by EGNC Vice Chair and head of our Neighborhood Planning initiative, Megan Kennedy:
Joe Bollman has garden plants like roses and honeysuckle
At the Rivertfront Farm booth.
Radishes are like candy!
Kids make a great sign with sidewalk chalk.
Everything’s gluten free at Gluten Busters
Eileen of Hope’s Treasure Chest has lots of plant starts
Bev’s honey is always tasty
You can always get a bite to eat at Shameless Sausages
Mary has tiny storage boxes, picture frames and even trick wallets
Another satisfied customer
The Farm Yard has a picture-perfect spread
Jim Howell shows off his sauces.
Beauty queens in front of Orange Thyme
Vinegar Flats always has lots on offer
Eileen of Ramstead Ranch.
Kids dance to Spokaloo
Trinity Catholic School was there to sell tickets to its Cow Plop fundraiser
Here’s what you’re missing
Taking a stroll to see what’s on offer
Buying starts at The Father’s Table
Amanda from the Main Market Co-op shows off their gourmet cheeses.
Simply Sweets with handmade brittle and baklava
Anne of The Father’s Table.
The Scone Ranger’s scones are a hit
Tim of The Farm Yard
Lauri of Pleasant Prairie farms is thrilled to be here
Bryant of Spokaloo
The YMCA teen program has lots of annuals and plant starts
Bev chats with a patron
The neighborhood where it all goes down
Stacy of Petunia’s Marketplace.
From this point on, the market runs every Friday from 3-7pm until October 17 at Knox Presbyterian (806 W Knox).