Bushels of New Vendors at the 2016 Euclid Farmers' Market

Customers enjoy the Euclid Farmers' Market on a beautiful summer afternoon.

Let’s ask the sun to shine every Friday from June 3 to October 7 so all can enjoy the Euclid Farmers’ Market! Visit each week as the market evolves with the season. Look for flowers and plants for the garden as well as berries early in the season, and then more produce as the summer unfolds. Local singer-songwriter Bill Hatch performs the second Friday of every month from 4-6 PM.

The market is proud to welcome four new vendors this year! Euclid native Kathy Lorentz now runs Applecross Garden in Highland Heights. If you’re interested in growing your own garden, Kathy will offer plant starts for eggplant, tomato, basil, pepper, and raspberry for purchase in addition to her own herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Make Kathy’s day by asking her about her prized peppers! After you get ingredients for your dinner, don’t forget to pick up dessert. Gray House pies will bring delicious fruit pies and other baked goods from their Westlake storefront. Gray House strives to resurrect the simple pleasure of a true homemade pie: 100% sweet butter, no preservatives, and local ingredients like free-range eggs and organic milk. Save yourself a trip to the west side and try them here first! And if that isn’t enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, local baker and crafter Gesta Miller of RedDecor Gifts will have cupcakes, cookies, candy apples, and granola to sell. Gesta also makes natural body products such as soaps, scrubs, and lotions and will take orders for her custom gift baskets and décor items. Finally, relax with friends over a cup of fresh coffee. Local artisan coffee roasters Tasneem Falah and Hamed Kayello will sell whole bean, ground, and brewed coffee on-site. For those of you who are market regulars, never fear: our beloved stalwart vendors Burton Floral and Garden, Parkman Produce, Saranghae Candles, and Ziemba will return once again. The market is open every Friday from 3-6:30 PM outside of Shore Cultural Centre, 291 E 222nd Street.

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Volume 7, Issue 6, Posted 10:44 AM, 06.11.2016