Here is what to look forward to today at the Lexington Farmers' Market!
- Susan Rioff, rustic furniture
- Judy Monosson, ceramics
- Susan Minor, floor clothes
- Henrietta Mei, jewely
1265 Mass. Ave, Lexington
Pre-order at the Market from your favorite farmers and vendors. Jordan's Turkeys are available through Red Apple Farm. Stop by Red Apple's tent as the farm is taking orders for turkeys at the Market each Tuesday through the end of the month, or contact Red Apple online.
Look who's coming to the FEASTival:
Blue Heron Organic Farm
F. Busa Farms
Merton's Maple Syrup
On the Edge Knife Sharpening
Red Apple Farm (you can pre-order Jordan's Turkeys at Red Apple)
Sprouted Raw Foods
Kids Cooking Green
Did you catch the article on Lexington cookbook author Debra Samuels and Kids Cooking Green in the Boston Globe last week? If not, check it out at Debra Samuels and Kid Cooking Green. Kids Cooking Green classes have begun in Lexington at Estabrook, Bridge and Hastings Schools. These classes are full and off to a great start. Kids Cooking Classes are now registering in Bedford, Wilmington and Arlington. If you are a kid aged 7-12 and are interested in joining one of these classes please contact us at Kids Cooking Green! Registration is through the recreation department at each of their respective towns. Kids from Hastings School at the Lexington Farmers' Market (see photo above), learning how to make a colorful LOCAL Bento Box from cookbook author Deb Samuels. Her book, The Japanese Table is now available for purchase.