Thursday, September 12, 2013

Plymouth Farmers Market Update for Thursday, September 12th

‘YET’ Another Record Day last Thursday
New Vendors
Plymouth, California. September, 2013.  The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills is happy to have had yet another year-over-year increase in attendance last Thursday. Weather ideal again; no smoke and plenty of shade. We’ll try to repeat this week.
New Participants Last Week
A unique community service provided by Theresa Westphal and colleague from New York Life provided an important community service, a real time documenting service for your children. Photos and fingerprints were made into Proof of Identity Certificates and wallet-size cards; no data online by the way. 
Sarah Evan, Jasmine Mitzpah and others from the Master Gardeners set up shop and provided Gardening Tips and Tricks. 

New This Week
Budding Amador County entrepreneurs from River Pines will be bringing their unique “HomeGrown Salsa” and Chips
Not to be outdone by Mike Spinetta’s enterprising students from Plymouth Elementary School, the Boy Scouts will set up shop to offer fresh Popcorn and other goodies.
A new Amador County Winery team, the Start on Steiner Group, will be pouring several wines by the glass or taste. This should be fun.

And Our Highly Prized Regulars Will Include…
Lee Hess from Hess Family Gardens:  Jellies, Lemon Curds
Daniel D’agostini’s Abbondanza Farms: The Freshest organic produce available
Susan Bragstad and her locally pressed Amador Olive Oil
From Sanger, California, Fruit Growers Schletewitz Family Farms. They serve over 75 farmers markets, from Lompoc to Northern Nevada. 
Villa Bakery will be going for another sellout. Helen calls and orders their Cinnamon Bread in advance.
Clarke’s Corner will be back, did great job last time and sold out

Slade Rivers –back by popular demand
In conjunction with Amador County Farmers Market Association, The Rotary Club of Plymouth-Foothills sponsors the Plymouth Farmer’s Market, held every Thursday, 4 pm to 7:00 pm, from Aug 1st,  through Sep 29th, at McGee Park on historic Main St, Plymouth. Featuring fresh produce from certified vendors, great wine, high quality crafts and live music, all in a grassy shaded park, the Plymouth Farmer’s Market has become a popular gathering place for folks from Plymouth, Fiddletown, River Pines, Drytown, Ione and more.


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