As if you needed any more great reasons to come to market, three new producer-vendors will be joining the already stellar market line-up this week.
Starting tomorrow, Dec. 6th, Koy – lovingly known as “the tamale guy” – will have hot (and frozen 4 packs of Harvest Lodge Catering’s specialty tamales ready for your in-market indulging pleasure. Don’t miss out!
Also new this week, Brandon Hamilton of Feel Good Foods will be bringing Indiana grown and milled whole wheat flour to market for your home baking needs. Other Feel Good Foods products include homemade salad dressings, healthy snack bars, and roasted chickpeas.
Rounding out the trifecta of new producers, Endangered Species Chocolate joins the market tomorrow with their locally produced line of decadent and socially responsible chocolate bars.
Of course all your other favorite growers and producers will be there, with a full house of 26 vendors this week. Don’t be left out in the cold this week! Come inside the warm and inviting Indianapolis Winter Farmers Market. It will remind you of all there is to love about winter in Indiana!
Been looking for a little more light in your life? The King Park neighborhood has just the thing for you – giant whimsical luminaries! The Light the Way luminaries created by artists and individuals around the city as part of Tom Turlemke’s Great Ideas Project will be available for sale this Saturday from 9:00 to 12:00 in the central wing of the Indy Winter Farmers Market building. Each luminary is $25 and you will receive an individual light strand and light bulb with your purchase. All profits will be reinvested in additional public art in the King Park neighborhood! We can accept cash or check for your purchase.
See you in the morning!