Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Craft Vendors • Worm Composting Demo
Bring your friends and family and join us for our festive evening market! We are keeping the farm and the farmstand open late for shopping and have invited some of our favorite friends to join us! Philadelphia Brewing Company and Rowhouse Spirits will be handling your beverage needs, and What’s On The Grill will be manning the food station with hot dogs, grilled wings, kabobs, cheesy potatoes, mixed veggies and more.
This month, there’s something for everyone! Enjoy a unique blend of synthesized vocals and electronic music from Son Step from 6-7pm, and instrumental folk music infused with jazz and classic tones from Red Cedar Duo 7-8pm.
We’ve got a good group of vendors this month. Philadelphia Mead Well will be joining us with their delicious honeyed wines. There will be handmade totes, buttons, jewelry, prints, paper goods, baby/toddler clothes, embroidered hats and more from Charmazing Inc., Rachael Amber Design, and locals Dave & Mary. Earthenware and glass blown ornaments and terrariums will be featured from Who Dog Knits and Micari Arts Philly. Radiant Soaps will have handcrafted bath products for the care of your body, and Elements of Aura has stocked up on metaphysical healing toolkits for the care of your mind. There will also be woodworked appliances, handmade soy candles and all your tea-related needs from Grajales Fabrication, Simply Hecgardo, and Lady Gray Tea to furnish your kitchen and home. Don’t forget to bring your canine friends when you visit, because Melmos Dog Treats has got something for them too!
Worm Composting Demo • 5-7pm
Jenny the Worm Lady will be joining us to demonstrate the basics of worm composting. Learn about turning your kitchen scraps into worm castings, and how to make worm poop tea! This is the best fertilizer you can make at home to keep your gardens and house plants flourishing all year long. She will be bringing along her Can-o-Worms so you can see them in action!
Jenny “The Worm Lady” got her start in 1998 at The Rodale Institute, just outside of Kutztown, PA. Her work has been published in “Growing Roots.” The Worm Lady’s compost products and services meet the needs of house plant enthusiasts, gardeners, farmers, nurseries, restaurants, green lawn services, community gardens, public parks and more. She will books, castings, tea for sale and will be taking orders for worm composting units.
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Our Twilight Markets are on the third Thursday of each month from June through October. Different music, local food and drink, workshops, music and arts and craft vendors each month. BYO welcome.
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