THIS WEEK AT THE MARKET
May 26, 2018
Join us on Saturday for a great market! The spring vegetables are in full swing with some summer favorites creeping in to the lovely displays. Come by and have a cup of coffee, a sweet treat, and enjoy all this community has to offer!
We appreciate all of the well-behaved dogs who come to our market! Dog bowls and clean water will be available for our canines companions at the market. Dog biscuits are available as a reward at the Kids Activity Area.
Saturday Morning Music Series: 9:30 a.m. – Join Jam Salad as we present the Saturday Morning Music Series with local musician Tom Neuhauser, a seasoned multi-instrumentalist specializing in piano, guitar, vocals, accordion, bass guitar, clarinet, and saxophone. He performs professionally around the Triangle area and incorporates a wide variety of musical influences to his performances including Classic Rock, Jazz, Americana, Folk, Pop, and Blues. Bring your flip flops, a chair, your friends furry or not, a bag for shopping at the Cary Downtown Farmers Market while you listen to great local music every Saturday in historic Downtown Cary. Free to the public.
Movement at the Market: 10-10:30am – free gentle movement class led by Amy Rockwell.
Kids Activity Table: Join us for planting flower seeds and checking on how the Cary Downtown Farmers Market Demonstration Garden is growing. The rains have resulted in tomato blossoms and small fruit forming, corn is taller, and kale is ready to harvest!
Bubble wands and bubble liquid will be available to use at the market to make bubbles near the garden. Planting flower seeds into our container garden will happen. As always, coloring and other art is available. We have an educational activity book from the NC Department of Agriculture for kids to learn about food and farming!
Memorial Day Theme: Please bring a copy of a photo of someone you love to remember on Memorial Day to share with our Cary Downtown Farmers Market Community throughout the market day at our Kids Activity area. Paper poppies from the American Legion will be available for a suggested donation of $1. These funds go to support the Cary Legion’s food support in collaboration with Dorcas for veterans and their families.