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Music at the Market: Tess Creasy

Music at the Market: Tess Creasy

09/21/2017  |  No Comments

We’re so thankful to MFM vendor, Spice of Africa, for introducing us to the talents of Tess Creasy, who will be playing the market this Sunday, September 24th, starting at 11:00. Here’s her intro: "My name is Tess Creasy. I am... Read More

Vendor Voices: Mee Mee's Goodies

Vendor Voices: Mee Mee’s Goodies

09/18/2017  |  No Comments

Montavilla Farmers Market is an important part of my week. I have developed relationships with customers I see week after week, year after year, shopping with their families. This market feels like the heart of the community when I regularly... Read More

Vendor Voices: Sunrise Family Farm

Vendor Voices: Sunrise Family Farm

09/11/2017  |  No Comments

We love selling at the market and work hard to grow flowers and create beautiful arrangements. We listen to what the shoppers ask for and provide the best service. Our way of business is to treat customers how we would... Read More

Music at the Market: Art Viloria

Music at the Market: Art Viloria

09/07/2017  |  No Comments

Solo guitarist Art Viloria returns to MFM to serenade your grocery shopping with beautiful instrumentals in his original style of Nuevo Flamenco and Latin Jazz music. Be there this Sunday, September 10 at 11:00 - 1:00 to listen or dance... Read More

Vendor Voices: Felton & Mary's Artisan Foods

Vendor Voices: Felton & Mary’s Artisan Foods

09/05/2017  |  No Comments

We love selling our BBQ sauces and Dry Rub to all who come each week to the Market. We love to hear the different ways you, our customers, used our products. Our children have gotten involved and they’re learning to... Read More

A Late Summer Visit to the Market -- by Isabelle Eyeman

A Late Summer Visit to the Market — by Isabelle Eyeman

09/04/2017  |  No Comments

At the beginning of September, vendors and market-goers have the transition to fall in mind, and there’s no greater mark of this shift than the change in produce and product. The last of late-summer crops are making their final display... Read More