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Shop Durham Farmers’ Market Saturday from 8am-12pm!
Roberson Creek Farm is back this week & will have a selection of fall produce and gifts like arugula, fall corn decorations, turnip salad, okra, and of course their famous heirloom pie pumpkins!
The Spicy Hermit is also back with a delicious menu: Napa cabbage, green cabbage, green garlic, radish, collard greens (limited stock), turnip, sweet onion, kohlrabi carrot, and butternut squash.
Botanist & Barrel is highlighting a new batch of Forbidden Root, releasing this weekend. Whole Blackberry, baby ginger and turmeric spice up this perfect fall cider that’s both earthy and bright. It’s a must try.
Lil’ Farm (pictured above) has a gorgeous and plentiful table of fall and late summer produce, including basil, peppers, eggplant, radishes, turnips, cilantro bok choy, ginger, kale, and more. Stop by for their beautiful tables & pick up something super fresh this weekend!
MoonDance Soups and Sundries is getting us excited for spooky season with Ghoulish Goodies Bath Bombs that are perfect for bath time fun! Fun, fizzy color embeds are contained inside, so watch for the colorful explosion once they hit the water.
Chapel Hill Creamery is throwing the spotlight on their pastured raised meats this week! Perfectly paired with the cozy fall weather, their seasonal selections include beef roasts and steaks, ham hocks and ground pork, as well as four varieties of sausage. Their Polish Sausage is a perfect companion for winter squash, greens, or sauerkraut, and the Smoked Andouille is great in a gumbo!
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Recipe of the Week
Spotlight on Fall Superfoods & Recipe for Fall Harvest Salad
Starting this week, our weekly newsletters will feature recipes and health + nutrition highlights in partnership with Dietetic Interns at Meredith College! Our thanks to Dietetic Interns Katie Totten, Kayla Murphy, and Shayla McTaw for their contributions. We can’t wait to find out what they have in store for us.
Raise Our Voices Together
Community Circle Sing
Join us next week, October 21st from 10:00-11:00am for a Community Circle Sing on the lawn at Durham Central Park!
Let’s Resonate the Sound of Togetherness
Humans have gathered in song for thousands of years: to celebrate, to memorialize, to grieve and to connect. Everyone was a part of the musical landscape, in our ancestry. Everyone contributed and was a valuable addition, regardless of what we now call “talent” or “pleasingness” of sound. There is no exclusivity to singing and using your voice in community here. This is a free, open-hearted, improvisational, supportive, safe opportunity to come together, raise our voices, dissolve barriers and have a unique experience. Facilitated by Karen Novy, Durham Vocal Guide and Teaching Artist
Free & open to the public,
All voices welcome
No experience required
What’s in Season
This Season at Durham Farmers’ Market
Last Wednesday Afternoon Market:
Wednesday, October 18th 3:00-6:00pm
We have two weeks left in our Wednesday Market season – come on out and enjoy the afternoon sun, kids activities, and shorter lines before our winter break when we reopen Wednesday Markets in April 2024!
Durham Big Sweep
Wednesday, October 25th 3:00-5:00pm – Meet at the Durham Central Park Pavilion
Come on out to enjoy one last Wednesday afternoon with us in the park by joining our volunteer cleanup crew! To show our appreciation for the space where we gather week after week, the DFM is hosting a group of volunteers to pick up litter all around Durham Central Park.
Big Sweep is coordinated by Keep Durham Beautiful, the City of Durham Stormwater Services Division, and County Soil and Water Conservation District, with help from other City and County departments. It is the biggest litter removal event of the year, with over 210,000 pounds of litter removed since 2005.
Great Pumpkin Halloween at DFM
Saturday, October 28th 8:00am-12:00pm
Grab your costumes & join us for Halloween weekend at the market!
Vote for your favorite vendor costume theme, buy your carving pumpkin at our market pumpkin patch, enjoy fall recipe samples, enter to win a market basket raffle, & take your picture at our photo booth. Superheroes, ghosts, princesses, & punny characters welcome!
November Holiday Market
Tuesday, November 21st 2:00-5:00pm
Shop with us during our special Tuesday holiday market & stock up on all the family meal ingredients & gifts you need to be get-together ready!
*DFM will be closed on Saturday, November 25th
Winter Season Hours Begin
Saturday, December 2nd 10:00am-12:00pm
The Durham Farmers’ Market is open year-round on Saturday mornings. December-March, our Winter Market hours are 10:00am-12:00pm.
Saturday Morning Market is OPEN!
Saturdays, December 23rd & December 30th from 10:00am-12:00pm
Pop in to pick up your last minute holiday meal ingredients & gifts – all in one place! Our vendors will be ready for you with all the winter produce, holiday meats, side dishes, baked goods, and gifts you love. The Durham Farmers’ Market will be open for regular winter market hours on 12/23 and 12/30! *No midweek holiday market this month.
Want to find out what else your local farmers are bringing to the market this week? Check out this week’s Newsletter! https://conta.cc/3rDmXQn
When: Saturday, October 14th, 8am – 12pm
Where: The Pavilion at Durham Central Park / 501 Foster Street