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Heirloom Living Market Lilburn:  Lilburn Market is Open...Come on In....


The Lilburn Market is OPEN for ordering!

Ordering Hours:
Friday 9:00am thru Monday 6:00pm

“Bits and Bites” Newsletter will arrive in your inbox tomorrow!

Be sure and get your orders in before Market closes MONDAY at 6:00pm! Order now – you are just a click away!


Take me to the Market.

Heirloom Living Market Hamilton Mill:  Come on in...the Market is Open!


The Hamilton Mill Market Is now Open…Happy Shopping!


“Bits and Bites” Newsletter will arrive in your Mailboxes tomorrow!


Market Closes for Ordering Monday 6:00pm
Pickup Day and Time: Thursday, 2:30 – 4:30pm
Pickup Location: Community Clubhouse
1669 Hamilton Mill Parkway
Dacula, GA 30019



Take me to the Market.

Joyful thoughts and bountiful blessings,

~Maryanne

Heirloom Living Market Lawrenceville :  Come on in...the Market is Open!


The Market Is now Open…Happy Shopping!

Heirloom Living Market ~ Crossfit O-Zone is now open!


Market Closes at 6:00pm Monday!
Pickup Day and Time: Thursday 4:30 – 7:00pm
Pickup Location: Crossfit Ozone
519 Hurricane Shoals Rd., Suite J
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

“Bits and Bites” Newsletter will arrive in your Mailboxes tomorrow!

Take me to the Market.

Joyful thoughts and bountiful blessings,

~Maryanne

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Augusta, GA:  THE ON-LINE MARKET IS OPEN AT AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN


FALL EVENTS!

TONIGHT
Join us this evening at 6pm for a conversation about food justice and getting involved as an “agrivist,” This marks the start of our “Farmer Friday” monthly series of local food conversations at Whole Foods in Augusta.

SAT, OCT 25 – CLEAN UP THE BRANCH WITH THE BENDERDINKER. With exactly six months left til Dinker time, there’s some cleaning up to do along Betty’s Branch to get it ready for April! Bring your kayak or small motor boat, pack up a cooler, find your work gloves and maybe a handsaw or clippers. We’ll make it a day on the water! Think tailgating, but better. Starts at 9am. Big love to Kristina of the BenderDinker and to Larry of Broadway Tackle for making it all happen. The BenderDinker helps support our educational programs at ALG year-round. Contact benderdinker@gmail.com to sign up for the clean up!

TUE, OCT 28 – PUMPKIN THIS AND SQUASH THAT. It’ll be a festive closing day at the Veggie Truck Farmers Market.

THU, OCT 30 – HEALTHY, SEASONAL TRICK OR TREATS, AND A WINTER SQUASH COOKING DEMO AT THE EVANS TOWNE FARMERS MARKET. The surprises never end with Chef Charleen at the helm. See what she’s cooking up at the market this month. Plus, bring the kids from booth to booth for the most wholesome trick or treats in town! This is the market’s closing day. Starts at 4:30pm.

SUN, NOV 2 – CROP MOB AT CLYDE’S FRESH PRODUCE FARM IN GROVETOWN. Bring your shovel and volunteer on this family farm where we’ll be planting dozens of fruit trees for an afternoon in Grovetown. Email kim@augustalocallygrown.org to sign up! Share a simple farm meal afterwards. Order you free meal ticket through ALG on-line!

SAT, NOV 8 – MEAD, CIDER AND CISER MAKING
Fermdamental’s Danielle Shelton will join us again, this time on a Saturday afternoon, November 8, to teach a mead, cider & ciser making workshop at the West End Market & Bakery in Augusta. The workshop will be demo style, given the multi-step nature of the processes. Participants will see many different stages of the mead, cider & ciser in its creation. Of course, sampling is all part of the fun. The educational & tasting component of the class costs $15. Start-up brewing equipment kits will also be available for an additional $50, upon request.

SEE YOU ALL AT THE MARKETS!
Kim

Augusta, GA:  THE ON-LINE MARKET IS OPEN AT AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN


FALL SEASON VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:

ONGOING – Calling all Master Gardeners! Got organic veggie gardening skills? Need volunteer hours? lWe’re starting a mentor matching program for families who are new to raised bed vegetable gardening. Let us match you up! Contact kim@augustalocallygrown.org.

FALL EVENTS!

SAT, OCT 25 – CLEAN UP THE BRANCH WITH THE BENDERDINKER. With exactly six months left til Dinker time, there’s some cleaning up to do along Betty’s Branch to get it ready for April! Bring your kayak or small motor boat, pack up a cooler, find your work gloves and maybe a handsaw or clippers. We’ll make it a day on the water! Think tailgating, but better. Starts at 9am. Big love to Kristina of the BenderDinker and to Larry of Broadway Tackle for making it all happen. The BenderDinker helps support our educational programs at ALG year-round. Contact benderdinker@gmail.com to sign up for the clean up!

TUE, OCT 28 – PUMPKIN THIS AND SQUASH THAT. It’ll be a festive closing day at the Veggie Truck Farmers Market.

THU, OCT 30 – HEALTHY, SEASONAL TRICK OR TREATS, AND A WINTER SQUASH COOKING DEMO AT THE EVANS TOWNE FARMERS MARKET. The surprises never end with Chef Charleen at the helm. See what she’s cooking up at the market this month. Plus, bring the kids from booth to booth for the most wholesome trick or treats in town! This is the market’s closing day. Starts at 4:30pm.

SUN, NOV 2 – CROP MOB AT CLYDE’S FRESH PRODUCE FARM IN GROVETOWN. Bring your shovel and volunteer on this family farm where we’ll be planting dozens of fruit trees for an afternoon in Grovetown. Email kim@augustalocallygrown.org to sign up! Share a simple farm meal afterwards. Order you free meal ticket through ALG on-line!

SAT, NOV 8 – MEAD, CIDER AND CISER MAKING
Fermdamental’s Danielle Shelton will join us again, this time on a Saturday afternoon, November 8, to teach a mead, cider & ciser making workshop at the West End Market & Bakery in Augusta. The workshop will be demo style, given the multi-step nature of the processes. Participants will see many different stages of the mead, cider & ciser in its creation. Of course, sampling is all part of the fun. The educational & tasting component of the class costs $15. Start-up brewing equipment kits will also be available for an additional $50, upon request.

SEE YOU ALL AT THE MARKETS!
Kim

Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op:  From ABC Nature, Debe Hudson


Dear Co-opers -

Due to turning in my woody plant license, this will be the last time ABC Nature will be delivering hardy woody plants like tea plants, pawpaws, blueberry bushes, blackberry bushes and such because we are turning in our plant board license?

We will continue to provide herbs, spices and Tropical plants but we will not be able to provide woody plants for 2 reasons: 1. We are approaching retirement age and can’t seem to find the energy needed to continue to do all the plants we sell so we are turning in our plant board license. 2. We are trying to turn our farm into a sustainable organic farm and will hopefully be able to provide in the future grapes, kiwi fruit, and other items you can only buy in the stores. We will be selling to all the markets, so it will be first come, first serve: Blueberry bushes (1 gallon) $7.00 each Blackberry bushes (1 gallon) $7.00 each Pomegranate bushes (3 gallon) $25.00 each (1left) Goji berry vines (1 gallon) $10.00 And if you know we grow certain things and you don’t find them listed, please email me at abcnatur@gmail.com to inquire as to availability! We want to thank all that has helped our farm out during these trying times throughout the recession starting in 2007. But, we will still be around with the herbs, spices, citrus tre

Carolina Foothills, SC:  Market Opens Today at 4pm!


Connect to Market:
http://carolinafoothills.locallygrown.net/market

Happy Friday!

Jumpin Goats Coffee Roasters is back!! With the cooler weather Gourmet Cocoa with it’s velvety deep rich dark chocolate entices the taste buds. And returning for another round of coffee for everyone! Pumpkin Spice, Southern Pecan, and Triple Pleasure ! Full bodied flavored coffees that taste as good as they smell. You can visit Helen, GA and find their famous little shop. It’s a wonderful day trip! Or just get a taste of their Roasting Genius here!

Thank you! Thank you! Leah Lake Farm for providing all these salads , greens , garlic and root veggies! We appreciate all your hard work !

All our farmers work hard to bring you fresh farm food year round.
Thank You!

Clemson Homecoming Game tomorrow. We’ll be there! Should be a good one! Remember to get your orders in by Monday afternoon!

To Market to Market to Market we go…..

http://carolinafoothills.locallygrown.net/market

Jbo Farmers Market:  Roy Andrade


Well known lesson, check and double check spelling before hitting ‘send’. Apologies for the misspelling, Roy!

Roy is the wonderful musician and volunteer who has helped organize music at the market since we opened in 2008. We appreciate him greatly!

Deb

Joyful Noise Acres Farm:  The market is open for ordering.


Good morning,
The on-line market is open for orders. This is a great way to plan your menu for the next week using local ingredients.
Thank you for supporting your local farmers and artisans.
Blessings,
Mary Beth

Conway, AR:  CLG Pickup TODAY 4-6pm. Bring glass jars, egg cartons please.


Good Morning,

This is a pickup reminder for those of you who ordered this week. Thank you for your order! You can pick up your order from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. today at Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church at 925 Mitchell Street in Conway.

If something comes up that you cannot personally pick up your order today, please contact someone to pick up for you.

Remember to bring your glass jars for recycling, egg cartons, and bags for ordered items. Reduce, reuse, recycle! See you this afternoon.

Come early for the best selection from the EXTRAS table!

Thank you,
Steve

How to contact us:

DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Instead…

Phone or text: Steve – 501-339-1039

Email: Steve – kirp1968@sbcglobal.net

Our Website: www.conway.locallygrown.net

On Twitter: @conwaygrown

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Conway-Locally-Grown/146991555352846