This Week at the Market: July 16th


Our 2017 greeting card set is now for sale at the Woodstock Farmers Market! The amazing artwork was created by 12 talented students from Woodstock, Duniway and Lewis Elementary Schools. Proceeds from the card sales help us continue to offer a free kids’ activity every week and fund our annual, free Kids’ Day Celebration. This year’s Kids Day will be held on August 19th. We are honored that these wonderful artists and their parents have allowed us to use their beautiful artwork to support our market. You can purchase a card set at the information booth starting this Sunday.


Ears of white corn.Our vendors will continue to offer delicious fruit including cherries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries. You will also see the arrival of sweet corn and more cucumber, green beans, potatoes and beets.

You deserve sharp knives to cut all the vegetables from the farmers market. Bring your favorite kitchen knives and/or tools to Dragonfly Forge this Sunday for knives and tool sharpening.

For a complete list of vendors, visit our market map.

Kids’ Activities

Kids can join Southside Swap and Play to make paper plate clams. Make sure you ask them about their 3,000 square feet play space (here in Woodstock) where children engage in both dramatic and imaginative play with their parents. They have art tables, water tables, sand tables, story-times and classes.


From 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., father/daughter duo The Merlins will bring you the unique music of Quebec and old English Folk songs on the button accordion and fiddle.


The Woodstock Neighborhood Association (WNA) works to create a sense of community and maintain and improve the livability of the Woodstock Neighborhood. Stop by their booth to find out more about getting involved in our neighborhood.


Grand Central Bakery serves delicious, authentic food made from high-quality local and sustainable ingredients here in the Woodstock neighborhood. Stop by their booth for yummy samples and to find out more about this neighborhood bakery.

Written by Emily Murnen, WFM Market Manager

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