Monona Farmers' Market

Fresh, local, quality produce and other agricultural products in your community

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This Week ~ October 25

The Halloween Market is great way to celebrate the season’s final market. Enjoy complimentary hot cider, look for treats with the vendors, and enjoy the upbeat music of the Rodeo Bums, a country group with a rock n’ roll attitude.

It’s that comfort food time of year.  The market has everything you need for soups, stews, chilies, casseroles, pies and those traditional tastes of home.  Enhance the feeling of comfort with beautiful fall plants, flowers, pumpkins and gourds.

Check things off your holiday shopping list. 

You’ll find hostess gifts, stocking stuffers and specialty foods for entertaining.

  • Maple syrup – Cabin Fever Maple Syrup
  • Fair trade coffee beans – Café Social
  • Pickles, preserves, beer jelly – Chef K. Clark
  • Kettle corn – Chippy’s
  • Cheese and cheese curds – Farmer John’s
  • Mittens, hats, scarves and homemade dog treats –
  • Soap, lotion, lip balm – Nina’s Dairy Goats
  • Chocolates – Roots Chocolates
  • Salsas and chips – The Salsa Man
  • Honey, candles, soap – Tom and Carrie’s
  • Flatbread, pita chips, granola, spreads, beef sticks – Violet Rose Cattle Co.

As the Monona Farmers’ Market wraps up an outstanding 12th season of great local food, entertainment and community connections, it’s time to give thanks.   The success of the market results from the vision, creativity, and hard work of many. New market manager, Stacy Iruk, completed her first year at the helm with high praise.  Behind the scenes, the volunteer steering committee tirelessly organizes, promotes and fund raises. The market couldn’t exist without the generous support of the sponsors, the ongoing commitment of the vendors and, of course, the patronage of the market shoppers – a heartfelt thanks to all.

JOY in YOGA’s free “Class in the Grass” is offered from 9:00 to 10:00.  Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Joy in Yogarodeo bums

marketmanager • October 21, 2015


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