Availability of fruits and vegetables steadily increasing at Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market

BLOOMINGTON – While the availability of fruits and vegetables is steadily increasing, here are some great items to find this Saturday at your Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market:

Asparagus, baked goods, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, fresh eggs, flowers, herbs, jams, jellies, kale, lettuce, meat, radishes, rhubarb, spinach, and vegetable plants.

Come out this Saturday and join new-guy-in-town John Kogge and longtime local legend David Sharp as they weave a tapestry of good old folk music and blues and mix in some standards, reggae, traditional, old-time, alt-country, and some of our own tunes.

They will perform at 10 a.m. 

Mayor at the Market is a community outreach program that invites Market-goers to interact with the mayor and various department heads from the City of Bloomington government.

Most Saturday mornings, either Mayor Hamilton, Deputy Mayor Mary Catherine Carmichael, or one of nineteen department heads will be at the Farmers’ Market to answer resident questions and discuss issues of interest in the city.

Kaisa Goodman

This week, Kaisa Goodman, Public Engagement Director, and Andrew Krebbs, Communications Director for the City of Bloomington.

Andrew Kebbs

They will be greeting the public at the Market from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m.