Try something new with a Caribbean twist...

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What's happening at the TaSH this week...
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SATURDAY, JULY 22

NEW & NOTABLE THIS WEEK

This week is Broken Bow's monthly visit to the TaSH, be sure to claim your six pack early before they sell out. 

If you are looking for lunch ideas as you shop the market tomorrow, try something new and delicious with a Caribbean twist from La Talaye. 
Learn What Vendors are Coming to the Market this Week
VENDOR SPOTLIGHT
MOBIUS FARMS
What They Sell:
Vegetables, herbs, seedlings and cut flowers

What Not to Miss:
Rhubarb
WARWICK VALLEY WINERY & DISTILLERY
What They Sell:
Hudson valley wine, spirits and hard cider

What Not to Miss:
Peach Hard Cider and Sour Cherry Cider
TEAGEVITY | LONGEVITY
What They Sell:
Organic hot and iced tea on site, loose tea & herbs for tea at home

What Not to Miss:
Strawberry Hibiscus Caffeine Free Tea
WHAT TO KNOW & WHEN TO GO... 
Stay tuned for some exciting special events happening at the TaSH this season, including:
  • July 29 - Family Fun Day
  • August 12 - WIC Chef Demonstration by the Open Door Family Medical Center
 
See All Upcoming Events
ARCTIC CHAR WITH BABY FENNEL & TOMATO SLAW


Courtesy of Chef Nancy Duran,
The Ripe Earth
Get Recipe
10:30 - 11:15
Kids' Yoga with Leslie Seery

In Leslie's yoga classes students will become familiar with their breath and feelings with  yoga poses, games, and experimental movement. Students will investigate how their bodies move and strengthen their mind-body connection through the physical practice, attention to breath and restorative exercises. 

11:00- 11:30
SHOOK UP - by the Y Summer Theatre Teen Troupe

"What's In Season"
Weekly from 10:30-12

The TaSH's Taste, See & Discover Booth
Find Out More
12:00 - 2:00
Warner Library

8:30 - 2:00
TEAC - Tarrytown Environment Advisory Council

8:30 - 2:00
Camp Sunshine
Learn More
8:30 - 11:00
Mark Holcomb

11:00- 11:30
SHOOK UP - by the Y Summer Theatre Teen Troupe

11:30 - 2:00
Jazmyn
Green Tree Textile Recycling is at the TaSH each week! Green Tree was founded to recycle unwanted textiles material including clothing, shoes, accessories and household linens that would otherwise end up in our already overburdened landfills. Green Tree's recycling services support people, who are in disadvantage and those in transition. Green Tree strives to preserve the environment by repurposing clothing and textiles for re-use by environmentally minded manufacturers and designers.
We are especially grateful to our generous sponsors
who help make our season possible, including:
Copyright © 2017
Rivertowns Village Green, Inc, a 501(c)3 nonprofit operates the TaSH Farmers Market.
Learn more about us and our mission at tashfarmersmarket.org.

Questions? Email us!
tashfarmersmarket@gmail.com

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