After being gone from Schoolcraft County for more than six years, the Walk for Warmth is returning in 2013!
The Walk for Warmth gives area residents an opportunity to collect pledges and then walk together on February 23rd to raise money for area residents struggling to keep their families warm through the winter.
Click the image to download your pledge form today!
Fresh UP tomatoes at tomorrow’s Manistique Farmers’ Market! If you need a little incentive, here’s a picture from last year (Rick Nims/Bear-A-Villa Farm right here in Manistique). Fresh, vine-ripened, just-picked tomatoes are so good!
Also expected at tomorrow’s market:
- Tips on how to preserve the yummy market produce from Sault Tribe Registered Dietitian, Gail Sulander.
- Sweet Corn
- Michigan Cherries
- Ground Flours
- Ground Beef and Beef Sticks
- Summer Squash
- Eggs from free-range UP chickens
- Dried Pastas
- Green and Yellow Beans
- Breads (including French, Italian, White, Elvis Bread, and more!)
- Homemade Pretzels
- Homemade Bagels
- Honey and Beeswax Products from the Happiest Bees in the UP
- Ground Flours
- Kidney Beans
- Wheat Berries
- Cut Flowers
Bonus market this week for those unable to attend on Wednesday! Saturday, July 21st from 9-11am at Little Bear.
Just in case you missed it the Manistique Farmers’ Market will be open on the 4th of July (this Wednesday!) from 4-6pm. At 7pm Music in Manistique will feature the Floyd Brothers (local music to go with your local foods).
Please join us for both events at Little Bear West Arena, and celebrate the 236th birthday of the United States with local friends, neighbors and visitors. It’s going to be a great day!
Expected at this week’s market:
- Kale (possibly)
- Ground flours
- Free range eggs from happy UP chickens
- Beef sticks and ground beef
- Homemade dried pastas
- Variety of baked goods, jams, and more
- Honey and beeswax products
- Green tomatoes (possibly)
- Recipes and nutrition information
- At next week’s July 11th market, expect the first taste of sweet corn!
- Come enjoy locally grown and produced foods at the Manistique Farmers’ Market! Get Fresh! Get Local!
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