Growhio is a non-profit Sustainable Cleveland 2019 initiative designed to strengthen and support all aspects of Northeast Ohio's local food economy through branding, marketing and collaboration.


Happenings at Tremont Farmers' Market Today

Tremont Farmers' Market Logo
Like us on FacebookFollow us on Twitter
Happy Thanksgiving, however you choose to celebrate.  Usually that involves food of some sort or another......speaking of which, we'll have lots of it at market!  Stock up for your feast this week.  See just how "local" you can be.
Winter Market Location: Holy Ghost Greek (Byzantine) Catholic Church and Cultural Center 2420 W.14 St, on the corner of Kenilworth Ave.  Parking available at the Church, across the street at OLA St. Joseph and on Kenilworth Ave.
Apparently, November 22nd is Start Your Own Country Day. It was originally conceived in 1939 at the World's Fair in New York. Its conception was to honor those free spirited souls who dared to hope and believe in a better world where they too could declare any land their own.  Hmmm.......
Wesley Washington will be busking at market! For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a musician plays, you donate directly to them, usually there is a case placed out for donations.  Wes played for us this summer, and I am really glad he's coming back!

Abby's Kitchen, Blaze Gourmet, Godmother's, Holly Ridge Nursery, J&R Farms (formerly Hickory Acres Meats), Lucky Penny Creamery, Morning DEW Orchards, Morningside Farm, Ms. Julie's Kitchen, Ohio Farm Direct, Plant Kingdom Bakery, Por-Bar Farms, Red Basket Farm, and The Spicehound.  We also welcome Cosmic Bobbins to market.

Vendor Highlights:
Morningside Farm:
salad mix (12 different greens), spinach,arugula,lettuce (bags of small heads), kale, chard, parsley, cilantro, broccoli raab, baby bok choi, tat soi, mustard greens, brussel sprouts (very small heads), carrots, parsnips, beets (very small with pretty good tops), radish (purple and white icicle), turnips (golden and miniature japanese salad), potatoes (white, red, purple, fingerling), sweet potatoes, leeks, onions, garlic

Hooray for our Winter Market Sponsors:
Fat Cats, The Flying Fig, Jason P. Muller, Hubbub Custom Bicycles, and Morning DEW Orchards!

Each step of the way, we become a stronger market.  Kudos to everyone involved.  Become a Market Sponsor

Recycle/Reuse/Reduce:  Please return items clean.
Bring your bags, reduce your use of plastic.
Return egg cartons to J&R Farms.
Return tea containers to t by Sarah.
Return glass jars to Auburn Apiary, Blaze Gourmet, Godmother's Pizzas, and Abby's Kitchen.

**TFM t-shirts ($12) and aprons ($15) for sale at the Customer Service Table.

EBT Proudly accepted. EBT Incentive Program still in effect. Participants who use more than $5 from their Ohio Direction Cards receive an extra $5 to spend at the market. 
*Thank you for your ongoing interest in the Tremont Farmers' Market!

Our market is part of a special ODA-grant funded collaboration with Growhio and several other independent farmers' markets across greater Cleveland. We would like to be able to send you joint updates and newsletters to keep you apprised of this collaboration and what exciting things it will mean for our independent markets, but we want to be sensitive to your mailing preferences.

If you would like to receive these mailings, we hope you'll subscribe now

Eat well, be well.

Jody Lathwell
Market Manager

No comments:

Post a Comment