This Week

August 1st, 2015 at the Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market from 8 am – 1 pm

We have a special musical guest this week! Dry Creek, an Old-time and folk music band featuring David Hamilton and Jason Butler, will be performing and enjoying the morning with us.

Additionally, we would like to welcome one of our vendors, joining us for the first time this season! Roberta Marasca will be at market this week, bringing her exquisite, hand-crafted jewelry. You can see photos of her beautiful work at Roberta Marasca Jewelry

We would also like to announce a special market event coming up soon, Vendorpalooza! on August 29th. For this event, we will be inviting vendors from throughout our local grower/producer community to come out and bring their product to the Saturday market and to our customers. This should be a fun event, featuring lots of new local produce and craft to learn about and enjoy! Look for updates on our website, on Facebook and in the customer newsletter!

harvest pile

Here’s a look all of the GREAT STUFF our vendors will have this week:

Ayrshire Farm will be there with blueberries, scallions and more.

Brae-burn Farm will be there with tomatoes and sweet corn, and possibly beans.

Cane Creek Farms will have cucumbers, green beans, all kinds of tomatoes, cantaloupe, purple hull peas, flowers, eggs, eggplant, okra.

Fiddlehead Farm will be at market with jams and preserves, granola and hot sauce!

Okfuskee Farm will be there this Saturday with tomatoes, melons, onions, and cut flowers.

Red Roots Farm will be at market with garlic braids, heirloom slicing tomatoes, Sun Gold and black cherry tomatoes, Shishito frying peppers, basil, striped zucchini, and cucumbers.

Roberta Marasca will be there, offering fine, hand-crafted jewelry and will be having a 20% off sale for market day!

Sweet Synergy will be there this week with red velvet and chocolate stuffed chocolate chip cookies and lemon creme cookies.

Wanderlust will be there be there with cucumbers, tomatoes, watermelon, tomatillos, spinach, patty pan, zephyr squash, amaranth, herbs, eggs and yarns.


Are you a performer? A not-for-profit organization, club, or group? Are you an expert in sustainability, food, agriculture, or anything else related to farms, food, and local goodness? The Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market would like to hear from you! We are looking to partner with entertainers, experts, and non-profits who’d like to raise a little money and spread the word about their organization at the Market this year!  If interested contact our market manager, Cheryl McNeill,  at