Final September Market, October on its Way

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The Wednesday Market was busy this week with a lot of new faces — thanks for coming out to support local agriculture and seeing what it’s all about! Vendors had flowers, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, apples, onions, to name a few items. Next Sunday, we have a special Market planned. We will have live music by the Virginia Creepers, and will also have Art in the Park joining us at 9:30AM. However, if you want to get good parking, get to the Market at 9AM, as parking can get a little tight! Vendors will be there with all your favorite seasonal goods 9AM-12PM. See you soon!

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Squash Blossom Boys at the Market

2016-09-25-market-album-20The season wouldn’t be complete without a show or two from the Squash Blossom Boys! 2016-09-25-market-album-6Thank you to our local Corrales musicians for providing a great show and supporting the Corrales Growers’ Market this weekend! This week was one of our busiest, vendors were selling out left and right! Thanks to all the customers that came to the Market – we will have more the same amazing produce and farm goods at our mid-week Market this Wednesday, 3PM-6PM. The mid-week Market is a bit smaller, but there are less crowds, better parking, and same great centralized location in Corrales.

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Summer is gone, but Wednesday Markets are still going strong!

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Feeling the mid-week lull at work? Have the kids’ school schedules driven you crazy yet? Come unwind at the Wednesday Market in Corrales. If you can’t sneak away from work or soccer practice early, don’t worry – vendors are here with a variety of locally grown produce and farm goods until 6PM. Adding the mid-week Market to your schedule will help you break up the week with something to really look forward to…fresh food! This Sunday, we will have The Squash Blossom Boys at the Market, as well as Apple Tree Cafe, the Sandoval County Master Gardeners, and much more. The Sunday Market runs from 9AM-12PM, but we suggest getting there before 10:30AM to ensure you find what you’re looking for! See you at the Market!

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Corrales Fire Department Appreciation Day

2016-09-18-market-album-15Today was all about the people that go above and beyond in The Village. Each year the Market takes a day to THANK our emergency responders for being there when we need them! A special thank you goes out to the Corrales Fire Department for coming to the Market this Sunday and showing off the equipment and tools they use to keep The Village safe and in working order! We had great music by Sol Calypso, warm breakfast burritos, and locally grown produce for everyone to take home. The next Market in Corrales will be on Wednesday, 3PM-6PM. Vendors will be there will all your favorites! Also – next Sunday the Squash Blossom Boys will be playing at the Market – so don’t miss out!

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Another great mid-week Market in Corrales

2016-09-14-market-album-10Happy Wednesday! Thanks to everyone that visited the Market this Wednesday afternoon, the vendors were very happy to see all of you! This week we had all the great food you come to expect this time of year: green chile, tomatoes, carrots, corn and squash! Our Wednesday market is all about food; thank you for supporting our farmers! This Sunday we have a special event lined up for the Market. The Market welcomes the Corrales Fire Department and Emergency Responders this Sunday! They will be at the Market showing off all their amazing equipment! Bring your kids and the camera, we’re sure you’ll get some great pictures to share with the rest of your family! See you soon – Sunday, 9AM-12PM.

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Mood Swing, Peppers and Tomatoes at the Market

Thank you Mood Swing2016-09-11-market-album-15, for providing great music at the Growers’ Market this weekend! The season is at its peak, and vendors had everything you could ask for….tomatoes, fresh herbs, apples, peaches, beef, eggs, and even baked goods. You can prepare a lot of meals from fresh, locally grown food you find at the Market. You can find many different recipes on the NM Farmers Market Association website; from pizza to salsa to quiche! We have some exciting events going on in the upcoming Markets. Wednesday is our weekly afternoon Market, 3PM-6PM. You can find just about everything you would see at our Sunday Markets, except it’s all about locally grown food – no music or burritos, but plenty of variety to get you through the week. Sunday will be our annual Corrales Fire Department Appreciation Day! This is a kid-friendly event, and while you’re at it, bring your friends, too! We will have firetrucks and much more. WEDNESDAY 3PM-6PM and SUNDAY 9AM-12PM for the Corrales Fire Department! See you soon!

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Welcome Monte Vista Farm & Market to the CGM!

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What a Wednesday2016-09-07-market-album-17! This week we had a new farmer join the Corrales Growers Market – we welcome Monte Vista Farm & Market to the Growers’ Market. A local Corrales grower, Antonio Olguin brought peppers, greens, apples and okra to the Market this week. Welcome to the Corrales Growers’ Market – our customers and community are something special! In addition, we had flowers, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, squash, onions, green beans, peaches, melons, and honey at the Wednesday Market. This Sunday, we will have the same plus more! We are also  excited to host Mood Swing at the Market this week. Join us this Sunday, 9AM-12PM – bring your bags, cash and get to the Market before 10:30AM to get your choice of everything you’re looking for! See you soon!

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