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N E W S  / o c t o b e r 8
 
This Week . . .

. . .  the forecast for Saturday is for good weather. . . but you know what they say about New England weather. We won't complain about last week's rain - not only was it desperately needed, the weather has hardly made a dent in this year's market season. A big thank you to the hearty vendors who came to last week's market and of course to our loyal patrons who support the HFM.
     The Master Gardeners will occupy the CS&E tent this week. Stop by and hear what they have to say about putting your garden to "sleep" for the winter. Next week we look forward to welcoming artists from the
South Shore Art Center.
     Once one of the most maligned vegetables around, the now very popular Brussels sprouts can be found not only in homes but in fine restaurants everywhere - done a multitude of ways - steamed, broiled, braised, grilled, roasted and even fried. The above Brussels sprouts are from
Oakdale Farm.

    

Vendor News
Rotating vendors this Saturday, October 8
* Vermont Syrup Co.
* Boston Bonbon
* Skymeadow Orchards
* On the Edge Knife Sharpening
* Flapdoodle Bags
* BirchBarn Designs

* Musician Dan Coyle
* CS&E- Master Gardeners

Next Week at the HFM 
October 15
* Doves & Figs

* Alex's Ugly Sauce
* Bradford Farmhouse Toffee
* Skymeadow Orchards
* Herbert Elsner 
(wood turning)
* Sea Glass Art 
* CS&E- South Shore Art Center
Vendor news is current at the time hfmarketmatters is delivered to market-goers.
Opening the Market
     Dressed for the weather, Tom Jordan of Jordan Brothers Seafood opened
     the October 1 market. Jordan Brothers is a family-owned seafood company
     that has been in business for over 25 years; their most important goal is
     to provide the freshest seafood to their customers. Jordan Brothers Seafood
     can be found at numerous farmers' markets and other locations. For more
     information, check their site at www.jordanbrothersseafood.com. Stop by
     and say hello to Tom - he's one of the friendliest guys around.

 
Market Seen
     Not quite as beautiful a fall day as the week before: assistant market manager
     
Charlotte Marshall (middle right) slogs through the water before the market
     opening; the rain didn't stop market-goers from getting fresh produce while it
     lasts - (bottom right) checking out the goods at
Second Nature Farm and
     (bottom left) lined up at 
Oakdale Farm; (top left) Ewan (12) and Keumjoo 
      Armstrong of Hingham at Seasoned and Spiced - they said they just "love
     Indian food!"

     
     
    Hingham Farmers Market
     May 7, 2016 - Nov. 19, 2016
     10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

     Hingham Bathing Beach
     96 Otis Street (Route 3A)
     The
Hingham Farmers Market is a
     "rain or shine" market. In the event of
     hazardous weather, the market
     manager may announce a delay in
     opening or cancellation via
     email/
hfmarketmatters and
     Facebook.

 
hfmarketmatters
An update of information that matters to
HFM market-goers - sent weekly on Thursday, May to November, occasionally during the off season - from the Hingham Farmers Market, now in its 40th year.
hfmarketmatters is a project of the Friends of the Hingham Farmers Market. To be a Friend, contact info@hinghamfarmersmarket.org.
 
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