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Friday, April 26, 2013

Another Cobblestone Saturday!

Visit Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC at the Cobblestone Farmers Market 9 - 12 with a variety of our farmstead goat cheeses and goat milk soap. Plus, our Farm Store will be open regular hours (Monday - Saturday 9 - 6 and Sunday 1 - 6).


The early week rainy weather forecast for Saturday April 27th has turned around! Great news for such a fun-filled weekend with annual outdoor events like Merlefest and Piedmont Environmental Alliance's Earth Day Fair! For those enjoying these events, we hope to see you on the early side this Saturday at the market.

Look out for these items this Saturday:

Myers Mushrooms & More: shiitake mushrooms

Border Springs Farm: Boneless Leg of Lamb, perfect for the grill, special price $10.50/lb

Scattered Seeds Farm: vegetable and herb transplants

Yellow Wolf Farm: heritage pork, eggs, dog treats

Rail Fence Farm: vegetable and herb transplants

  Sanders Ridge: lettuce, kale, spring onions, pimento cheese, wine

Oldtown Farm: asparagus, mixed lettuce, kale, arugula
Sugar Creek Farm (back this week!): arugula

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery: Aged Rock House, Saura, St. Philip's and Jessup's Mill goat cheeses

  Plum Granny Farm: sweet salad turnips, asparagus (green and purple), spring garlic, baby swiss chard

  Krankies Coffee: locally roasted coffee and iced coffee

Market posters (designed by Capture PR) will be available at the information booth for those who want to help the spread the word at their office, school, community center or place of worship. Love the poster and want one for your home? Absolutely, just donate $1 to cover the printing.

The Cobblestone Farmers Market is on Saturdays (9am-12pm) and Tuesdays (10am-1pm) at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts is located at 251 N. Spruce Street in downtown Winston-Salem (1 block off Fourth Street). The Saturday market will return to Old Salem Museums and Gardens on May 18th.

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