Haverstraw Harvest Farmers Market Week Two

Dated: June 17 2011

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Good afternoon everybody! How are you today? Opening Day at the Market was a huge success! Perez Market Farms is back this week! They will bring the tamales, breakfast burritos, salsa and fresh produce that made them such a hit last year. Join us this Sunday June 19 for live music, food and more. Haverstraw'S HARVEST FARMERS MARKET Eat Fresh Eat Local Eat Well Farm Fresh – From our table to yours! Haverstraw’S HARVEST FARMERS MARKET is growing! Join us this Sunday for new vendors and more! This Sunday June 19th: Featured Vendor Vilma Bakery 10 - 12 Live Music: Seth New vendors selling Fresh fruits and vegetables, Pickles, Chutneys, Wines from Local Vineyards, prepared foods, Artisanal Bread Organic Fair Trade Coffee ,Herbs, Plants, Locally Hand Made Ceramics and Soaps, Pastries, Jams, Pies, Quiches, Grass Fed, 98% lean Beef, all natural Pork and Chicken, Eggs and more! Do you like cheese? Tell us at the Market table. We have an interested vendor who wants to know. This year the Market season runs from June 12 through October 30 every Sunday from 9am-1pm. The Market will feature Kids corner activities, demonstrations and live music every week! First Sundays will feature a flea Market and we'll have more give-aways and activities throughout the season. Upcoming Events June 26th Senior's Sunday. Seniors will receive free coffee and bagels sponsored by HHFM, Dina Nejman and Holeshot Bagels. Join us for Bingo with great prizes at 11am. Healthy Food Drive to benefit Catholic Charities food pantry. Bring or buy your healthy food for the needy. Music: Deuces Child Cooking Demo: Lisa- Simple Earth Cuisine July 3rd COMMUNITY FLEA MARKET DAY Music: Scott Barkin So come out for a fun-filled Sunday! Haverstraw's Harvest Farmers Market is presented by The Greater Haverstraw Chamber of Commerce and Sponsored by The Village Of Haverstraw. 2011 Vendors: ~Walnut Grove Farms (Natural Beef, Pork, Chicken, Maple Syrups, Honey and Jams) ~Do-Re-Me Farms ~Orchards of Conklin (Fresh produce, Plants, Pies, Cider, Berries, Eggs) ~Meredith's Bread (Bread, Chicken Pot Pies, Scones, Jams, and even Cheese - if you want it!) ~North Rockland Rowing Club ~Pampered Chef ~Troncillito Farms (Support one of our new farmers!) ~Whitecliff Vineyards ~Dr. Pickle ~Bombay Emerald Chutney ~Cathy McErlean-Goddard Ceramics ~Comfort and Joy Soap Co. ~Haverstraw Hardware ~Vilma Bakery ~Kay Radcliffe Marbeling and stamping ~Perez Market Farm (produce, salsas, tamales and breakfast burritos) ~Stop by for a free gift from New York Life! Market-sponsored booths of local artists, local businesses and service organizations which benefit the community: ~Rockland County Health Department ~Plant a Row ~Cornell Cooperative Extension ~North Rockland Lions Club ~Catholic Charities Food Pantry
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