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Happenings at Downtown Farmers Market May 3

Join us Fridays, 11am-2pm!

5th Street Arcades
530 Euclid Avenue
Downtown Cleveland

DFM returns to
Public Square June 7th!

Planning your backyard garden for this summer? 
DFM is selling seeds from Ohio Heirloom Seeds at the customer service table each week. We've got a variety of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, lettuces, carrots & more! Seed packets are $3.00 and all proceeds benefit the market. Thanks for your support!

Interested in becoming a vendor at DFM? Email or visit our website for more information. 

Today at Downtown Farmers Market!

Vendor Highlights

Por Bar Farms
Baby leaf lettuce, kale, beets, carrots, radishes, scallions, fresh herbs

The Farm at Chatham Lea

Spinach, lettuce, kale, fresh-baked bread, a variety of baked goods, and Sherry's trail mix, peanut butter and granola

Community Greenhouse Partners
Microgreens - for lunch or to take home!

Kernels by Chrissie
New flavors include: CHIPOTLE LIME KETTLE CORNChrissie will also be taking orders for Mother's Day. 

(Chrissie's product is made from non-GMO Ohio corn)

A variety of herbs, spices, unique salts, and more - everything's $1.00!
Check out Kevin's new products here.

Ohio Farm Direct
A variety of grass-fed organic cheeses

Abby's Kitchen
Black Raspberry Preserves, Cherry and Raspberry Jam and more!
(All jams and jellies made with locally grown fruit)

Chutney Rolls
Made-to-order Indian rolls on naan bread and samosas

New Vendor Spotlight: Abby's Kitchen
Abby's Kitchen Orchard Preserves are made using the finest Ohio orchard fruits, grown in North East Ohio.  These preserves are made in small batches, cooking only fruit and sugar to the desired consistency.  There are no artificial colors, flavors, thickeners, or added pectin. Each jar contains about 1/2 # of fruit and the ration of fruit to sugar per jar is about 2:1.
Lisa Battista began making jam about 10 years ago when Rosby Berry Farm in Brooklyn Heights had to quickly bring in berries before a hard frost hit.  Lisa has been developing Abby's Kitchen for the past few years in her spare time.  "My passion is to go on fruit finding adventures, discover the best seasonal fruit and attempt to "extend the season" by preserving these delicious fruits."  The product line includes traditional flavors such as red raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, tart cherry, and more.  The goal of preserving is to capture the special inherent quality of the fruit, like the spicieness of a tart cherry and the perfume of a black raspberry. Depending on the season you will find seasonal favorites such as Strawberry Rhubarb, Peach with Ginger, and Holiday Conserve.
Live Music - Chris Allen
Chris Allen will be performing at the market, 11:30-1:30pm
We're indoors at the 5th Street Arcades through May 2013!
(formerly Colonial Marketplace, 530 Euclid Ave) 
You can find us every Friday 11am-2pm in the 5th Street Arcades between East 4th and East 6th Streets, Euclid and Prospect Avenues. 
“Produce Perks” accepted: EBT users will receive “Produce Perks,” a dollar for dollar bonus (up to $10) to be spent on fresh fruits and vegetables. Produce Perks are available at area farmers markets while supplies last. Please stop by the information table for more information or to use your card. 

EBT, WIC, senior coupons and debit cards are accepted.

CCFPC Forum: "City Kitchens: Dreaming Up, Building Out, and Sharing the Spaces that Grow our Local Food Entrepreneurs"
You're invited to attend the next Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalitions forum, “City Kitchens: dreaming up, building out and sharing the spaces that grow our local food entrepreneurs,” on May 21st at 5:30pm in the Great Lakes Brewing Company’s Tasting Room. 
Commercially licensed and affordable kitchen space is a great need among Cleveland community members and food businesses.  During Mayor Jackson's first Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Summit, a community kitchen working group began to conceptualize plans to bring a shared commercial kitchen facility to Cleveland.  We are excited to share what we’ve learned though our research, engagement and discuss existing kitchen projects that will continue the cause of increasing access to licensed and affordable kitchen space in Cleveland.
Kitchen Project Panelists:
  • Cleveland Crops Innovation Kitchen
  • Cleveland Culinary Launch and Kitchen
  • CornUcopia Place and Bridgeport CafĂ©
  • Hildebrandt Food Truck Commissary
This is a free event however registration is required.  Please register here. This event will include light appetizers generously provided by Great Lakes Brewing Company as well as a cash bar. 
Want even more access to local food downtown? 
Downtown residents and employees now have even more access to local food. Fresh Fork Market is adding a pick-up at 5th Street Arcades this season. Registration for the 2013 summer season is open. Visit for more information. 

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For more information, please contact:
Ashley Shaw, Market Manager
Downtown Farmers Market at Public Square

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