Go Local Farmers' Market

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Dozens of vendors bring fresh produce and baked goods and meats and fish to the 'White Church' east Saturday morning through October, 2012.

kelvin June 30, 2012 at 07:17 PM
and don't forget to bring in your food scraps. ECORI will be accepting food scraps from anyone wishing to rescue their compostables from going into our landfill. Go to http://www.ecori.org/compost/ to find out which scraps are acceptable. storage tip - keep food scraps in your freezer until you can drop off on Saturday.
George Sarganis August 26, 2012 at 10:31 PM
While you are shoppping don't forget to stop and have a great cup of coffee from Providence Coffe Roaster, located at 181 Willett Ave in Riverside. Our aim is to provide excellent coffee to our customers all the time. Roasted locally, Providence Coffee Roasters is intentional about selecting direct, fairly traded and chemically clean green coffee.
Phil Tirrell August 27, 2012 at 01:23 AM
The Best coffee in the East Bay.Great staff too.
Marge August 30, 2012 at 03:20 PM
Love the Farmer's Market and the old church. What I miss is the White Church Fair that was held for so many years. I also miss the old wooden fence that spanned the white church bridge and the wild English Roses that grew over the wooden fence. Remember the St. Andrew's boat house and the float that we swam from to jump on and off the bridge. What is left now is trash and a bridge that is completely broken....oh how I miss the old days!!
Eileen Dennis October 06, 2012 at 01:08 PM
Hameho Garden Club Daffodil Bulb Sale at the Farmer's Market this morning. Funds will go toward plantings in Barrington Community Gardens maintained by the club.


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