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Classic Summer Farmers’ Market Day! June 19, 2018





Summer arrives this week and it will feel like it at Tuesday Market! It’s time for those summer favorites- cucumbers, tomatoes, zucchini and fresh herbs. Need some hot weather dinner ideas? Stop by the market tent, we love to share what we’ve been cooking!
There is still a great selection of plants to be had. It’s not too late for your garden! You can find all the staple veggie plants and also some fun plants like cucamelon (featured on our market poster!), ginger, aloe, tulsi and so much more.
Eli Catlin will be playing music for us again this week. Valley Solar will be visiting. Stop by to thank them for funding our SNAP matching this season.




Need a great teacher gift idea for the end of the year? Stick one or two Tuesday Market tokens in a card for a great summer treat! 
HIP is funded for June. If you have SNAP and you haven’t spend your HIP dollars this month, now is the time! HIP can also be used on plant starts! 
Peas have been spotted at the market! Don’t miss the short season of these sweet and crunchy favorites! 


Vendor Lineup for 6/19:
Bare Roots Farm

Beaumont’s Berries

Beets & Barley



Crabapple Farm*

Country Maple Farms

Crooked Stick Pops

Cricket Creek Farm

Crooked Stick Pops

Grace Hill Farm

Hart Farm*

Holyoke Hummus Company

Hosta Hill

Hungry Ghost Bread

Leyden Glen Farm

Laughing Tomato Wood Fired Pizza

New England Wild Edibles

Old Friends Farm*

Red Barn Honey

Red Fire Farm*

Sweet Birch Herbals &
Full Moon Ghee

Wild Rose Farm

Wingate Farm*

* = HIP Accepted

& Music by Eli Catlin!



SNAP Matching at Tuesday Market in 2018 is generously funded by Florence-based business Valley Solar!

Have SNAP? Stop by the purple market tent to buy tokens and have your purchase doubled, up to $10/week. 

Thank you Valley Solar for helping to make local food more accessible to SNAP recipients. 




Tuesday Market- Tuesdays- 1:30-6:30pm
April 24- November 13, 2018
Between Thornes Marketplace and the Parking Garage
Downtown Northampton







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