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Windsor Market is Open for 2016 Season!

We had a wonderful Opening Day, Sunday April 3rd, the whole community came out to welcome back all their favorite vendors and to meet a few new ones. Spring is here and things are fresh and beautiful this time of year at the Market.
See up to date information at
facebook.com/windsorcertified

Check out the line up of our popular special events!
2016 Events Calendar
April 3rd Opening Day
April 17th Windsor Earth Day & Wellness Festival
May 8th Mother’s Day Tea & Cookie Tasting
May 22nd Kidz Day on the Farm
June 5th Market’s 15th Anniversary
June 19th Fathers Day Tractor Show and Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
July 31st Elegant Flea and Hot Rod Car Show
Aug 28th Zucchini Festival
Sept 18th Tomato & Pepper Fest
Oct 23rd Harvest Jamboree
Nov 20th Thanksgiving Feast
Dec 18th Market Closing Day – Community Stone Soup

Interested in being a vendor?
Thursday Night Markets are full for 2016
Sunday Market vendor spaces are almost full,
here is what we are looking for:
Meat and Cheese Vendors
Preserved Foods
Fermented Foods
Granola or Natural energy bars
Unique Artists and Crafters (excluding jewelry)
Produce – Citrus, Avocados, Cut Flowers

For more information or an application contact
tina@windsorfarmersmarket.com






2 more weeks to Shop!

Windsor Farmers Market closes December 13th.

Do all your Holiday shopping from our selection of talented local artists and crafters
Wine Barrel Furniture, Hand Crocheted hats and ponchos, Jewelry – fine quality to the whimsical, gorgeous fused art glass platters and jewelry, durable breadboards in fun shapes made from Corian, cool laser-cut wood accessories, beeswax candles and more.
Stock up on cooking ingredients for the Holidays
Sonoma Spice Combos – for chicken to fish to prime rib, all with no salt or sugar. Hector’s Honey – try serving a piece of honeycomb over Brie, warm before you serve
Wine Country Preserves – serve hot pepper jelly over cream cheese with crackers or raspberry jelly stuffed cresent rolls for brunch or dessert.
Springhill Organic Cheeses – Cheddars, Jacks and Curds with garlic, hot peppers and smoked, yummy flavored butters, Lemon Quark with Nilla Wafers is a crowd favorite.
Natalia’s Kitchen – her sweet potato tomato sauce is a nutrious time saver over pasta.
California Balsamics – Fabulous gifts for cooks, use Meyer Lemon Oil when cooking turkeys or chickens, pan fry fish and chicken in the herbed dipping oil for a quick meal
Mama Tina’s – to die for Thanksgiving Ravioli and try frying the butternut ravioli in olive oil, garlic and sage for an appetizer.
Franco’s Sausages will be at the Market on December 13th with fresh sausages and sometimes fermented veggies like saurkraut and kim chi.
Tea & Trumpets – custom tea blends and tea accessories, Iced Tea a Windsor favorite.
Hummus Guy – fresh flavored hummus, baba ganoosh and garlic or lemon pita chips.
Killer Baking Company – Scrumptious handmade Ice Creams by the pint or quart.
Fabulous Bakeries
Cookie…take a bite!, Flour Creations and BurtoNZ Bakery with the tastiest cookies, breads, pastries and brunch items like meat pies, breakfast burritos and veggie pies.







2nd Annual Fall Harvest Jamboree, this Sunday!

October 25th, 10-1 pm
Windsor Town Green
Come Celebrate the Fall Harvest!
Farmers Market tables are spilling over with fresh produce, artisan baked goods and cheeses, Local coffees and teas, honey, eggs, oils, sauces, preserved foods and handmade gifts from local artists.
Famous Pumpkin Car Races – Trophies, Ribbons & Market Bucks
Rules: Car must be less than 11” wide and axles must pass through the squash, no roller skates, no motors.
Kidz Dig It Club carves and decorates a Pumpkin to take home
Build your own Scarecrow to take home
Windsor Garden Club Huge Plant Sale
Mimosas and Bloddy Mary’s with the Windsor Chamber
Live Bluegrass and Dixieland jazz on 2 stages!
Parade of the Fall Desserts
Starts at 11 am in front of Bella Nail Salon on Market St.
Local cooks and WHS Culinary Students show off their gorgeous desserts made with the Fall Harvest – Pumpkins, Apples, Pears and Winter Squash
Award winning Ice Creams from Killer Baking Co. to put on top!
(If you would like to participate with a dessert, please contact Tina at 246-6741)
See ya’ all there!