July 16, 2012

Lazy Days: Wednesday, July 18, 3:30-7:30pm

Mister Oh! will be at the market at 5pm with their original gunk rock.

Anna Perkins will be playing in the market at 3:30pm and Deb Tankard and Friends will be back with their divine fiddle music at 5:30pm.

Join us for a cooking demo with Chef Curt Robair of Catskill Farms in the market at 5pm.
Many remember Chef Robair as the chef-owner of Elijah's cafe in Woodstock, where he honed his skills and expertise in organic and biodynamic foods, developing his own style of cooking. Particularly enamored with gardening and obsessed with preparing dishes with homegrown ingredients, he maintains a greenhouse and farm of vegetables, herbs and fruits at home. Join Chef Robair to make (and taste!) a kale salad using local ingredients.

From 3:45 - 4:30pm on the main music stage, we'll be featuring young talent from the community...we've got a lot of talented young folks here. And if you know anyone who might like to perform in the future, send them our way!

Our community group is Transition Towns, a movement driven by the challenges of  peak oil and climate change. The Transition Initiative (TI) catalyzes the preparedness of local communities for a future which looks very different from the present.

And join us for delicious peaches, corn, green beans, prepared foods, ice cream and all the great produce that summer in the Hudson Valley has to offer!

And guess what! It's time to for another pie contest on July 25! It's peaches this time, and you can drop off your perfect pie for judging at 4:00 in the market. Tastings will begin at 5pm. The only criteria is that you have to use local fruit (but of course!)!

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