Palatine Farmers' Market
Opens Its 23rd Season
Saturday, May 4, 2013
7 a.m to 1 p.m.
at the Train Station
The count down is on and we are only a week away from the opening of the Palatine Farmer's Market! All our regular vendors and a few new ones will be in the Train Station parking lot Saturday morning, May 4th for the opening day of the Market Season.
Yes, early organic leafy greens, onions, and potatoes will be available along with meats, eggs, cheeses, butter, breads, jellies, jams, honey, flowers, herbs, soaps, pastas, sauces, pickles, salsas, spices, pottery, gourds, marinades, oils, pesto, cookies, mushrooms and more.
Chris the knife sharpener will be honing blades-- including lawn mower blades-- and the IL Master Gardeners will be solving garden problems.
What better way to kick off the season than by remembering Mom. Lester's Bison Farm and Maggie's Munchies are pleased to sponsor our 2nd "Plant a Pansy for Mom" Mother's Day event on Saturday May 4th and May 11th. Graciously hosted by the Illinois Master Gardeners Association, the gardeners will be lending a helping hand to the little ones as they plant their Mom a flower. You're never too old to remember your Mom so stop by and plant a flower just for her!
For more information, contact Marg Duer, Market Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org and/or 847-358-1649.