The Sally Frank’s Farmers’ Market will be this Thursday from 1 – 7 p.m., in Bowden Park, across from the Cedar Park train Station on W. Emerson St. (GPS address 163 W. Emerson St., Melrose). Corn is in – fresh picked that morning!
On the Edge Knife will be at the market this week. She won’t be able to come to the August market, so bring your knives, scissors, garden tools, etc. to be sharpened.
Suzie Goodwin will be at the market for the first time this week, bringing her backyard vegetables and homemade jams.
A BIG THANK YOU to Melrose Cooperative Bank for providing the means to match SNAP benefits at the market. The market can now match up to $10 when you come to the market and use your SNAP benefits!
Holly Pierce is back at the market with cooking demonstrations – cook to the season! She’ll be at the market around 3:30.
Live music from Jessica Drench from 4 – 6 p.m., playing old time classic country, blues, and Americana. The music at the market is made possible by a grant from the Melrose Messina Fund for the Arts.
Yoga in the Park from 5 – 6 p.m., made possible by Barre & Soul Yoga Studio. Free outdoor yoga every Thursday. All levels are welcome. Children are welcome to join if accompanied by an adult. Stretch away the stress and leave feeling centered and rejuvenated. Please bring your own mat. Yoga will be cancelled if the forecast is rain.
You can use your Shop Melrose gift checks at the farmers’ market! Either bring your own gift check or buy one for a friend or family member. You can buy the gift checks at the Melrose Cooperative Bank and Hourglass.