Thanks to all that came to the Market this week. If you were there, you enjoyed amazing live music by Los Radiators! We can’t wait to have them back at the Market. This Sunday, we had tons of food, including cherries, carrots, tomatoes, gorgeous gladiolas, potatoes, radishes, blackberries, and MUCH more at the Market. We also had a nice visit from “Hamilton the Pig” this morning, meeting and greeting everyone he passed. Next week, we will have live music by Haiku Cowboys; it’s a perfect time to bring everyone visiting for the 4th of July down to the Market. Also…the Corrales 4th of July parade will be happening next Monday! The parade will extend south to the Post Office this year, which means you can park at the Rec. Center and see the entire parade anywhere along the route, beginning south of Corrales Elementary School. Hope to see you at the Market Sunday AND at the Parade on Monday!
What a day at the Market! A big BIG thank you goes out to the Corrales Tractor Club for showing off their cool antique tractors at the Market. Never a dull moment at the Market when they are here! Thank you also to The Merlettes for providing great music for everyone at the Market. Cherries are in season – time to make pie, or enjoy them fresh off the trees. Summer is almost here, and we’ll be seeing a lot more fruit and summer favorites soon. Don’t miss next week, the first “official” Market of summer! Los Radiators and a breakfast burrito will be waiting for you, bring your bags and get ready for another great Market. See you there! 9AM-12PM.
Great Market this week! More vendors than previous Markets this season, and some of them brought cherries! There are three different varieties of cherries at the Market that include red and white cherries. In addition to other fresh food like tomatoes and squash blossoms, we had AMAZING live music by Higher Ground. Nobody knows how to play a banjo like this band. Next weekend is the annual Fathers’ Day Tractor Show – don’t miss it!! This time of year, the Corrales Tractor Club brings out their antique tractors to the Market. This is a very kid friendly event, so bring the whole family next weekend – breakfast burritos from Apple Tree Cafe will be there to feed the family. Later in the day you can head to the park to see the Fathers’ Day Concert at 4PM. See you soon!
June is here and the crops are coming in! Vendors were glad to see everyone at the Market this past Sunday. We hope you found some excellent produce and farm goods at the Market, vendors will be here next week with more of the same and new items as they come into season. The Sandoval County Health Community Program was at the Market as well, which provides resources and information about the health care programs offered by the state, amongst other things. A special thank you goes out to Spanky Lee for providing live music at the Market. Next Sunday, we will have bluegrass local favorite Higher Ground! Come out on Sunday (9AM-12PM) and listen to them play and do a little grocery shopping while you’re at it. Apple Tree Cafe will have a breakfast burrito with your name on it. See you there!
We hope everyone enjoyed their Memorial Day Weekend and had the chance to relax with family and friends. This weekend at the Market we had live music by the wonder Sage and Jared’s Happy Gland Band, who were amazing, thank you! Vendors brought peas, broccoli, flowers, cucumbers, and the first cherries of the season. The items you can find at the Market will change as the season goes on, so come by every week to see what you can find. Next weekend, we will hear from musical by Market favorite Spankey Lee. Hope you can make it — there will be a breakfast burrito waiting with your name on it!
You know the season is gaining momentum when strawberries show up at the Market! A special thank you to Katie Gill for providing some nice music for the Market. This week we had the first strawberries of the season, and the first harvest of squash! We hope you were able to find the items you were looking for. As the season continues, you can look forward to your favorite items showing up at the Market. Peaches, apricots and cherries will be here before you know it! Next week, we will have live music by Sage and Jared’s Happy Gland Band. Stop by and enjoy the Market!
A big THANK YOU to Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontenelle for coming out to the Market to provide music and entertainment for everyone. This duo is a community favorite and we hope you had a chance to enjoy their traditional music and dance. This week vendors had a wide variety of vegetables, including broccoli, cauliflower, radishes, onions, and peas. Finally, the Market Shop has new shopping bags! If you haven’t stopped by to see them, do so next weekend. They are made of canvas and are super durable. Next Sunday, we will have live music by Katie Gill, 9AM-12PM. See you there!