This Week at the Market: Chef James Edwards, Sarah Osborne, Yoga…and Get Ready for Farm Aid Hoedown
Did you miss out on last week’s Market? Do not fear, Raleigh City Farmers’ Market will honor the cobblestone streets once again this Wednesday from 4-7pm.Raleigh City Farm’s very own James Edwards will be our featured chef. Come and see what he’ll dazzle us with this week. He may even serenade you while you taste his culinary creation.Sarah Osborne of the South Carolina Broadcasters will be back again this week. She is one of the best banjo players this side of the Mississippi and has a voice that can crumble mountains.Yoga will be available for FREE in Moore Square next to Historic City Market. This is a great way to unwind after a stressful day of work.Don’t miss out on the last of the season’s fresh tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, and much, much more. You won’t find fresh produce like this at your neighborhood supermarket. Meet the farmers who grow all your local produce, and get to know where your food comes from. It’s too often we take this for granted: how lucky we are to have access to and the convenience of fresh and exemplary eatables. At Raleigh City Farmers’ Market, you meet farmers, bakers, gardeners, and craftsmen. You learn what it takes to feed a community.On that note, you can buy your tickets to the Farm Aid Hoedown @ Raleigh City Farm. On Thursday, September 11, you should be ready to honor local farms, food, and music. Join Raleigh City Farm, Locals Seafood, and Firsthand Foods as they team up with some of the best local chefs the Capital City has to offer. Chefs from Gravy, 18 Seaboard, and The Fiction Kitchen, all of which support local farms, will be serving up three unique local gumbos. Stick around after dinner for the musical stylings of Tonk, the Raleigh staple whose genuine country music will favor the farm-stage for Raleigh City Farm’s very first show.Come on down and get familiar with the Raleigh City Farmers’ Market and shop, stretch, and sample. We’ll see you there.