Washington Grange Farmers Market moves indoors
Washington — The Washington Grange Farmers Market will continue to meet every Saturday, through mid-December, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. indoors at the Evening Star Grange on the Old Union Road in Washington.
During January, February, and March, the market will be held monthly on the second Saturday of each month at the same time. Weekly meetings will resume in mid-April indoors or out, depending on the weather. Regular market vendors include Snowy Hill Farm offering fresh Jersey milk and milk products including butter, Greek yogurt and an assortment of cheeses. Offshore Bakery's French baguettes, crackers, and assorted quiches, scones and cookies will be available as well as Winterberry Farms' fruit and meat pies, pickles, preserves and baked goods. Black Locust Farm will offer all things cashmere- pelts, yarn, roving and even jewelry- as well as a complete line of goat meat cuts. Recipes and information regarding the health benefits of goat meat (a.k.a. chevon) will be provided. Sharon Turner of Great Gardens from the Ground Up will have certified disease free garlic for fall planting as well as for eating, shallots, a variety of herbs and specialty houseplants and steel hoop and coverings to make tunnels for winter and spring plant protection. Other vendors will have available a variety of seasonal vegetables, free-range chicken and eggs, heritage breed pork, fleece, yarn and knit goods. Guest vendors will include local artists and craftspeople.
The grange kitchen will offer coffee, tea, and homemade lunches. For more information, call 845-2140.