This Week at the Brownsburg Farmers Market

BRING THE KIDS TO THE FARMERS MARKET THIS WEEK!

Bring your little ones this week to the Farmer’s Market for an evening filled with food, fun and family activities! Stop by the Tinkergarten booth for free nature activities geared to kids 18 months to 8 years old. At POP Club, Brownsburg Public Library volunteers will help kids make garden markers to take home.

If you’re looking for unique, locally prepared products, you’ll be in the right place. You ‘goat’ to try Risin’ Creek Creamery’s fresh chevre, a smooth spreadable goat cheese produced from their own herd of Nubian goats. Mother Noble offers a variety of handmade products from sweet jams and jellies to fluffy loaves of bread and fruit syrups. 
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Herbs and produce this week includes cilantro, mint, tomatoes, kale, zucchini, onions, green onions, green beans, radish, new potatoes, cabbage, carrots, beets and turnips. More varieties of produce will come available as local crops reach their peak. 

Visit IU Health West Hospital’s booth to receive a free shopping tote and a Bushel Builders loyalty card. Get a punch on your card each month to enter a grand prize drawing at the end of the season.

Grab a bite at Brozinni’s and Dizzy Izzy’s food trucks before you leave! Enjoy a giant slice of pizza or signature grilled cheese. Bring a lawn chair and relax to some tunes by singer-songwriter Chris Burch. 

Event parking is available in the lot at Adams and Vermont (behind Town Hall) or the public south lot (by the gazebo) off Main Street. Street parking is allowed east of Town Hall. North Green Street is now open and additional free parking is available in the new parking garage and surface lots. 

SHOP LOCAL 4 TO 7 PM THURSDAYS AT TOWN HALL GREEN

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