This Week’s Recipe Contest: Peaches
Recipe Contest Rules and Guidelines
Prepare a dish that features peaches and join fellow Farm Festival shoppers for a recipe contest! Prepare your dish and bring it to the market along with a list of ingredients and the recipe in writing. The recipes are due between 3 PM - 5:30 PM on market day and will be judged at 6 PM. This week’s judge is Touche Restaurant.
One winner will be named and receive:
- A $50 Gift Certificate to Touche Restaurant!
- A featured photo of winning dish on the Farm Festival blog
- A featured photo of winning dish and name at following week’s farm festival.
- The community’s admiration!
Music on the Main Stage:
Bar Scott leading Woodstock, Sing! A Community Sing-Along Bar Scott is known in these parts as a performing song writer, but in the winter of 2009, she started a monthly sing-along for members of the Woodstock Community. She brought the idea to the farm festival last summer and it was a huge hit. So, we’re doing it again this year. We'll sing all kinds of songs including Rock, Pop, Gospel, Beatles, Show, Folk - it's all good fun, and the un-hip factor is wonderfully high!
Music in the Farmers’ Market:
Mamalama - Mamalama weaves together both modern and ancient musical culture through the sounds of traditional harp, violin/chincello, hammered dulcimer, cello, hurdy gurdy, native flutes, and other world-folk instrument coloration. A hypnotic song form with sweetly haunting female vocals, Mamalama is a collision of chapel-like ambience within the momentum of African rhythm, all the while tumbling around in ancient Greek modality. Harp (Elizabeth Clark-Jerez), violin/chincello (Charlie Shikowitz), hammered dulcimer (Henry Lowengard)
Afternoon Poetry for Kids & Kidders with Piper & Phillip Levine plus various invited and surprise guests. Starts at 4pm on the main stage.