If last Saturday was a little burst of summer, today saw a full-on shift to fall – breezy, overcast and chilly.
Fall at the City Market
The final cultural festival, celebrating African culture, took place today, but as Mack and I were attending a wedding later this morning, we weren’t able to stay to take in the performances. I’m sure they were fantastic though!
We ducked around to pick up our week’s groceries, and of course, snapped a few pictures along the way.
Carrots from Sundog Organic Farm
Kohlrabi from Sundog Organic Farm
Blueberries from Steve & Dan’s
Brussels sprouts from Green Valley Farm
Flowers from Kuhlmann’s
Turnips from Kuhlmann’s
Pattypan and summer squash from Kuhlmann’s
Massive zucchini from Kuhlmann’s
Gourds at Riverbend Gardens
Though next week will see the last outdoor City Market of 2011, I’m excited that the move to the indoor venue won’t skip a beat – the City Market begins at City Hall on October 15, 2011! Though I realize that not all of the vendors have put in their applications for the indoor market yet, it would be helpful to shoppers to know which vendors have already planned to continue with the City Market this fall. Some vendors like Sundog Organics and Irvings Farm Fresh have taken marketing their presence into their own hands, but it would have been great if a blackboard at the info tent could feature the confirmed list of vendors moving into City Hall (or even better, the website could be updated with that information).
Sundog will be at City Hall!
See you next week at the last outdoor City Market of the year!