Saturday, September 23, 2017
This week is all about live music at the market.
Starting at 11:00, Louie Miranda brings great music with a Latin beat, a parachute, puppets, instruments and fun to little music lovers. He’s truly a can’t-miss performer. Lloyd Fricker steps in at noon with a mix of music for all ages, inspired by his love for rock, jazz, blues, pop, folk, bluegrass and Irish.
Don’t forget that our family gardening experience continues into fall. Right off the children’s room of the library is an abundant garden and the location of hands-on activities involving fresh vegetables and herbs. Everyone (adults–that means you too!) is invited to stop by, plant some seeds, harvest some vegetables and enjoy the foliage. Our garden experts are eager to help with advice. Directions: walk through the Children’s room to access the garden doors or go behind the library on the Lawton Street side and look for the gated entrance (usually marked with a sign.)
This week’s vendors:
Artisan NR: Handmade treasures from local Sound Shore artisans. This week–Peace Love Soaps, Nature photography and jewelry by Lisa Davis and beaded jewelry by Nora Freeman.
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/or in the Library’s lobby.
Journeyman Bakery: Best of Westchester-winner selling variety of artisanal breads: German rye, pain de mie, oatmeal with cinnamon and raisins, pain au levain, cranberry and walnut and more.
Let Them Eat Pita: mobile food cart serving delicious falafel sandwiches and hummus bowls at local farmers markets
Migliorelli Farm: Fresh fruit, vegetables and greens straight from Dutchess County. Fresh-pressed cider and other goodies (donuts, bloody mary mix) also occasionally available.
Provisions Bake Shop: Family-owned-and-operated bake shop producing award-winning, made-from scratch, cookies, cupcakes, and cakes.
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.