Friday, February 08, 2008

Winter's Just a Market Away

Mark Your Calender - UPDATE ON LOCATION!

I have yet to post about my visit to the Winter Market in Oak Park last week. Needless to say, it was great, great, great. Here's info on the next such market.

Fair Trade + Farmers Market Saturday, February 16 ~ 10am to 2pm
Epiphany Episcopal Church, http://www.epiphany-chicago.org/
201 S. Ashland Ave. (Corner of Ashland & Adams) CHICAGO

Free admission ~ open to the public

The Fair Trade + Farmers Market will feature
Beef, both grass-fed and grain-fed, all hormone-free*
Pork, grass-fed and hormone-free*
Chicken & turkey, pastured and hormone-free*
Tilapia, farm-raised in Illinois without exposure to mercury
Cheese
Infused vinegars & dried herbs
Honey
Fresh greens & herbs
Yogurt
Apple & pear butters
Potatoes
Mushrooms
Chocolate-covered fruit
Soaps, salves & spa products
Jams & preserves
Wool batting for quilts & comforters
Mattress toppers & comforters
Popcorn
Raw Icelandic wool
Pet soaps & pet beds
A variety of organic milled flours
Wool yarn & knitted items
Maple & sorghum syrups
Fair trade coffee, tea & chocolate
Olive oil from the Palestinian region
Handmade note cards & writing papers
Organic wool stuffed animals
CSA subscriptions for weekly produce this summer
Beautiful baked goods from Fraternite Notre Dame and Sweets by Carolyn
And much, much more
*For best selection, consider pre-ordering; e-mail me at Vitalinfo AT AOL for a form.


Support these local farm producers, eat locally, and shrink your carbon footprint by purchasing food and other local items that haven’t traveled thousands of miles. Quantities of some products are limited, so shop early!

2 comments:

greenfish said...

Thanks for commenting on this! We've never been to any of the Oak Park farmer's market events, but after looking at this list, my mouth is watering and I'm so frustrated at trying to navigate even the health-food stores to find decent food. I think we might go check it out.

VI said...

Greenfish and others, note that the market this coming Saturday is in Chicago, not Oak Park.