Brownsburg Farmers Market June 14 Preview

This week we look forward to tomatoes and cucumbers from Diener Farms, eggs from Wisewood Farms, and homemade ice cream from newcomer Sweet Valley Ice Cream.

Vendors that are local growers, producers, bakers, and artisans will be at the market weekly, in addition to food trucks and live music.

Produce This Week
Local produce this week includes lettuce, kale, turnips, rhubarb, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, kale, green onions and spinach.

Meet the Vendors: Neier Farms and Produce
Since 2002, Neier Farms has used organic processes to grow produce on their farm in Coatesville.  On their farm you will find greenhouses specializing in hanging baskets, planters, and over 125 cage free chickens. The produce is hand-picked by their family with the majority of it being picked the day you receive it, which allows them to sell their produce at the peak of ripeness.

You will often see a bounty of hanging flower baskets at their stand, and the entire family.  Follow them on Facebook to see some great photos of life on the farm and delicious dinners made with fresh produce right here in Hendricks County!

Food Trucks
Saint Adrians Meats and Sausage, Dizzy Izzy’s Food Truck, Chomp’z and Sweet Valley Ice Cream.

Live Music
Live music will be performed by alternative influenced singer/songwriter Chris Burch.

Happening at the Market
IU Health West Hospital will give shoppers a free reusable market bag and give out the Bushel Builder’s loyalty card. Get a sticker on your card each month to enter the grand prize drawing in September.

Children can enjoy the POP (Power of Produce) Kids Club activities organized by the Brownsburg Public Library. Each week while school is out for the summer the POP Club tent will offer fun activities designed to connect kids with fresh food and their health. SIGN UP FOR POP CLUB>> 

Families who receive SNAP can use their Hoosier Works EBT card at the market to buy produce, meat, honey, bread and dairy. Fresh Bucks allows SNAP participants to double their benefits up to $20 on fresh produce. Stop by the market hub for details. WIC Vendors this week include Neier Farms and Wisewood Farms.

Event parking at Town Hall is available in the lot at Adams and Vermont (behind Town Hall) or the public south lot (by the gazebo) off Main Street. Overflow parking is available across Green Street at Arbuckle Acres. Street parking is allowed east of Town Hall. Find the map here.

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