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 Beautiful William. 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!
Thanks to everyone that came out to the Market on Mother’s Day, and even better, those that brought their Mom! This week we had all the usual suspects….hydroponic tomatoes, radishes, onions, lettuce, arugula, preserves, fresh bread and baked goods, edible flowers, honey…the list goes on! Come down next weekend and see what else you can find. We are happy to have A-Z Family Farm joining us this year, be sure to stop by and ask what they will have at the Market throughout the season. Next Sunday, we are excited to host the famous duo Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontanelle. Bring the kids and enjoy their amazing music and traditional Native American dance. Hope to see you there!
That’s right! Silver Leaf Farms tried out their hand at growing aquaponic tomatoes this year! Great flavor, perfect for a sandwiches and salads. Be sure to grab a few at the Market next week. A big thank you to Kristina Jacobsen for providing live music at the Market this Sunday. We hope to see you all at the next Market this upcoming Sunday, 9AM-12PM. Hopefully, the wind will settle down a bit and we can enjoy ourselves for a minute! Bring your bags and stock up on all the seasonal items you can. The season is just getting started; next weekend we will have live music by David Palsce & Wally Davidson. Lets get serious about local food…see you soon!
We appreciate everyone that made it out to the Opening Market of the 2016 Season! Live music by Rob Roman was great and the fruits and veggies were superb! The weather was perfect for the opening market, and vendors were happy to see everyone there. This week, the Sandoval County Master Gardeners hosted a plant sale to get your garden ready for the year – if you have any questions throughout the process of growing up your seedlings, come visit the Master Gardeners again, they are always happy to help. Next week will have plenty of burritos, fresh fruits and veggies, baked goods, honey and eggs, and live music by Kristina Jacobsen. See you next week, 9AM-12PM!
Although this was our final Winter Market of the 2015-2016 Season, it sure felt like spring! With so many seasonal veggies and such wonderful weather, we are all ready for the regular season to begin. Thank you to all the vendors and customers that came out Sunday morning and made our Final Winter Market such a success. The wait for the spring and regular Growers’ Markets to begin is finally over!! We will kick off the season on April 24th, 9AM-12PM. You can expect hot breakfast burritos from Apple Tree Cafe and live music by the one and only Rob Roman. Celebrate spring the right way – at the Corrales Market! See you soon!
The dreary morning weather didn’t stop customers from coming out to the Market this weekend to get their favorite winter crops. This was one of our most successful winter markets of the season – thanks to all of our vendors and customers that participated! Radishes, arugula and salad mix, broccoli, eggs, preserves, jelly, onions, spices and baked goods were a few items at the Market this week, and most vendors sold out. Spring is in the air, and we have only one more winter market before our 2016 regular season begins at the end of April. Stop by next month for our final winter market of the season, April 3, 11AM-1PM. See you soon!