We celebrated our 10th Annual Harvest Festival on October 5th at the Spencer Creek Grange. We pressed cider all day from apples brought by visitors to the market. Some folks who went home with jugs of cider bought their apples from Tom at SLO Farm, who had a booth alongside the cider presses. Three bands performed while over twenty vendors sold produce, crafts and artisan breads, vegan dessert items and more. Our lunch menu this year included wild-caught Salmon Chowder, Mulligatawny and Vegan Chanterelle Soup, fresh tossed garden salad, whole-wheat sourdough bread and choice between honey-walnut, apple and berry pie!
Produce, crafts, music and food !
Use This Map to find the location of both markets.
A Tale of Two Markets
At each market you can find produce, crafts and prepared food items such as breads, scones, muffins & cookies. At the Bailey Hill Market store site you’ll find the Bailey Hill Farmers Market at the south end of the building in front of the Gazebo. At the Grange market site we set up in the shade of fir and pine trees behind the Grange with live music performances and The Hungry Gardener, our market’s outdoor restaurant where you can enjoy a terrific all-local lunch.
Live Music Performances
Throughout the season you can hear Live music performances taking place on a performance stage alongside a pair of large conifer trees. Designs for a permanent covered performance stage are under review. By playing just two short sets around the noon hour, musicians can earn a free lunch at The Hungry Gardener, a truly outstanding outdoor restaurant! Contact Rachel, our music coordinator, for details. Check out our 2019 Music Schedule for a list of upcoming performances.