Saturday, July 22, 2017
It’s true! Now, every Saturday, pick up pain au levain, cranberry and walnut, oatmeal with cinnaman and raisens, pain de mie, german rye and more at the Journeyman Bakery booth. Read more about Michael Sellers and his business here.
Please help us also welcome new market al fresco dining addition Let Them Eat Pita!
Jack Knife Sharpening will be back this Saturday to sharpen knives.
Save the Date: Downtown Block Party! August 12th. Scroll down for more info.
Al Fresco Dining: Let Them Eat Pita
Let Them Eat Pita: Hummus, Falafel and Sabich sandwiches or bowls, with a side of pickled jalapenos, fried onions and pita? Yes, please! Find Andy’s cart at the Grand Market and swing by for a healthy on-site meal. At the same time, Place2Go returns with their smoker and will dish up their savory BBQ, mac n’ cheese and amazing collard greens.
This Saturday’s Family Fun:
Popular children’s entertainer and musician Kurt Gallagher invites kids to clap, slap, shake, spin, stomp and sing along. Time flies as Kurt performs songs, stories and gags with his guitar, ukulele, jaw harp, slide whistle, lumberjack puppets and other musically silly stuff. 11-Noon! (And don’t forget to visit the children’s garden behind the library!)
This week’s vendors:
New Vendor! Journeyman Bakery: Best of Westchester-winner selling variety of artisinal breads: German rye, pain de mie, oatmeal with cinnamon and raisons, pain au levain, cranberry and walnut and more.
New Vendor! Let Them Eat Pita: mobile food cart serving delicious falafel sandwiches and hummus bowls at local farmers markets
New Vendor! Provisions Bake Shop: Family-owned-and-operated bake shop producing
award-winning, made-from scratch, cookies, cupcakes, and cakes.
Artisan NR: Handmade treasures from local Sound Shore artisans–this week: Whimsical soaps by Peace Love Soap and polymer clay jewelry by Lynn McCormick Design.
Dutch’s Spirits: New York distillery and farm producing classic spirits, cocktail bitters, etc.
Farm EATS: Local NY 100% grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork and chicken.
Friends of the New Rochelle Public Library: Used books for sale, on Library Green and in the Library’s lobby.
Jack Knife Sharpening: On-site knife sharpening while you wait. (This week, then every third week of the month)
Migliorelli Farm: Fresh fruit, vegetables and greens straight from Dutchess County. Fresh-pressed cider and other goodies (donuts, bloody mary mix) also occasionally available.
Pickle Me Pete: Fresh and both old-fashioned and inventive flavored pickles barrel-cured the traditional way in Brooklyn. Also olives and pickled vegetables.
Place2Go Food Truck: Traditional Caribbean Island cuisine along with Southern American Soul.
R&R Produce: Wall Street Journal featured farm offering fresh produce and herbs from Orange County’s fertile black dirt region.
Sweet Things and Wild Thyme: NY State honey and bee products, including honeycomb and pollen.
The Only Mart: Bubble Tea, Kombucha, Organic fresh-pressed juice and other healthy snacks
Bastille Day Recap
Vive la France! Everyone got into the French spirit last weekend when we celebrated Bastille Day at the Grand Market. A big MERCI to Armelle Gloaguen and Charles Hipser for the live music en francais, Estelle Gourmet and Sonia Urban for the French-themed cooking demos, Westchester’s Lyceum Kennedy International School’s Petit Prince photobooth and French games, Pixelcraft Kids and Montefiore New Rochelle hospital children’s crafts.