Fill your pantry this Sunday with local goods
For those who mourn the end of farmers market season, do not despair.
This Sunday, Nov. 3, head to the Fill Your Pantry Market at the Forest Grove Grange Hall, 1917 B St.
Dairy Creek Community Food Web (DCCFW) and Forest Grove Grange members are teaming up for the second annual grand finale of the market season with help from Pacific University students.
Locals can head to the indoor farmers market to stock up their local stores for winter while listening to a guitar jam led by Forest Groves Kirk Larson.
It helps out local vendors and is fun for the community, said Robin Lindsley of the DCCFW. This is a chance to get local food (that) people can eat all through the winter.
FFA kids from Forest Grove High School will sell hot drinks and snacks as a fundraiser for their program.
n Vanessa VanDomelon will sell her apple butter, tomato jam, tomato pepper jelly, dilly beans, dried tomatoes and horseradish.
n Dairy Creek Farm will sell honey, bee pollen, propolis tincture, beeswax candles, lotion bars, soaps, salves, lip care products, blueberry honey jam, and pickled vegetables.
n Amaros Produce will sell eggs, squash, peppers, roasted peppers, apples, onions, potatoes, quinces and chilacaotes.
n BigFoot Bread Company will sell breads, cakes, cinnamon rolls, cookies and English muffins.
n Don Felipe Products will sell Mexican Sausage. n B Street Permaculture Farm will sell organic Yukon Gold potatoes, winter squash, Red Garnet Amaranth grain and popping corn.
n Bennett Urban Farm will sell coffee by the cup and half-pound beans and grounds, and fresh jams.n Sweetrock Farm Swiss Bakery will sell whole-wheat bread, 100 percent rye bread, various pastries, baguettes, and traditional artisan Swiss bread & pastries.
n Three D Ranch will sell garlic and butternut squash.
n Jim Dandy Farm will have acorn squash and winter squash, corn, and more.n Gales Meadow Organic Farm will have potatoes, peppers, hot sauce, and more.n Greenwillow Grains will bring mill-dated pastry and bread flours, rolled oats, and red and white wheat berries.
SNAP, debit and credit cards accepted at event, which runs 2 to 6 p.m. Vendors interested in selling local products can find a form at http://dairycreekcommunityfoodweb.org and still sign up. Check the website for more vendors as they sign up.Add a comment