Last Saturday saw corn and cantaloupe making their season debuts. Expect more of them this week along with peaches, peppers, portabella mushrooms, sweetheart cabbage, and blackberries are coming!

That’s right – blackberries from Cordes Berry Farm will be at the Market this week in limited supply. Come early and get some before they run out.

It’s also Baby Goat Yoga week! Bring your yoga mat and get a nice workout with the baby goats from Caprini Creamery before you shop. Part of the proceeds are donated back to the Market to support our Fresh Bucks program.

Natural Born Juicers will begin using paper straws from Fort Wayne’s Aardvark Straws (the only supplier in the U.S.) this week. Get a juice and try them out – good for you, good for the environment. Thank you NBJ for being environmental heroes!

We have a new musician joining us for the first time. Combustible Dust is Dustin McKinney and he does an eclectic blend of musical styles. Come check him out!

It’s Week #1 of the month, so we have Circle City Kombucha, Circle City Smoke, Hickory Valley Farms, Hidden Pond Farm, Native Bread, Trailhead Naturals, and Turchetti’s Salumeria with us this week. And Hole Pottery is back this Saturday.

Home Ec is out this week as is Me and Dippy McGee. They will both be back on July 14th..

Dickinson Custom Woodworking will be with us this week and next and then out until August. Bill is recovering at home from his bicycle accident. He’s in considerable pain and having trouble getting around, but making progress. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers for a speedy and full recovery.

Some of the highlights from last week were the Blueberry Chia Bowl from Farm to Product; Bread & Butter Jalapeno Pickles and Maple Bourbon Balsamic from Artisano’s; Peperone and lard soap from Turchetti’s; Blueberry Lemon Spice Pie from Pots & Pans; Desiree peaches from Pete’s; Cherry Pistachio Conserve and Fig Peach Raspberry Jam from Home Ec; portabella mushrooms from Shamrock; Pecan Smoked Salt from Circle City Smoke; and Sweetheart cabbage and butterfly bushes from Bloomer’s Greenhouse.