Farm & Food Friday, July 10

Oooweee. Must be summer because I don’t want to do anything but sit on the porch in the glider and read a book. I’ll tear myself away for work, blog posts, market visits, gardening, walks, bike rides, and swims, but other than that, please don’t ask. That said, a visit to the market for tomato day on Saturday sounds like a real treat!

Saturday, July 11. 8am till Noon
Lindley Park Elementary Fundraiser
Corner Market, Elam and Walker Aves.

This week we are joined by the children and parents from Lindley Elementary. The stand will include fresh picked produce and baked goods. Produced by the K-5 students at Lindley Elementary, planted in spring, and all proceeds to the PTA and back into the healthy eating initiative garden project. If you click on the link you can see a short video we made in 2014 about the garden.

Saturday, July 11. 8:30-?
Tomato Day
Carrboro Farmers Market

Samples, samples and over 60 varieties of tomatoes to take home!

On the horizon


Saturday, July 18. 8-11:30
Blueberry Day
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market
$5 per plate

Alex Amoroso from Cheesecakes by Alex will once again be treating us all to blueberry pancakes!

Live music too: Louis Allen from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Colin Cutler from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., followed by Laura Jane Vincent from 10 a.m. to noon.


And if you have an upcoming event, let us know (just comment below).

If you know of a place consolidating food or farm info, please let me know! Until then, I’ll provide periodic updates of the happenings in the Piedmont Triad.


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