Heritage Kettle Korn will offer white-cheddar kettle korn as of this week. They will also offer sweet and unsweetened iced tea this week.
The farmers are coming! The farmers are coming! Starting this week we will begin to see our new vendors joining us at Bristow. Montoya’s Produce from Colonial Beach, Virginia, will be back with us this year and will bring spring onions, garlic, early greens and lettuces, and locally nurtured plants for your own home garden.
Little Green Farm from Spotsylvania County will join us April 22. Mike Burner of Holly Brook Farm will be back with us and bringing produce from the Piedmont around mid-May; Michael Frank of Full Moon Organic Herb Farm hopes to bring his certified organic herbs and herb-infused oils to market before the end of April; and Jim Gehlsen of Evergreen Acres Organic Farm, one of only two certified-organic farmers in Prince William County, expects to join us in early June with a wide selection of heirloom tomatoes.
We appreciate your support through these winter months and are so happy to be a part of the Bristow community. In return for that support, we have invited a local, highly-praised musical group to play for you next Sunday, April 22. West on 66 will play from noon to 2 p.m., so bring some chairs, take a seat and enjoy your BBQ al fresco at the market to the music of your Braemar neighbors.
This Sunday should be lovely. We look forward as always to seeing you at the market!
See you at the market!