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What's Happening at the Market - July 6th





Thursday, July 6th, 2023, 4:00PM - 7:00PM

Evergreen Rotary Park, 1400 Park Ave, Bremerton WA


 

Vendors at the Market this Week:

Farmers

Produce Resellers

Artists/Crafters

Prepared & Processed Food

Pet Specialty

Wineries/Breweries

Sponsors/Community Booths





Sorry...Stuft Waffles will not be at the market this week.

Hopefully, they’ll be back next week with three yummy flavors of waffles.


 




Music At The Market

This week's music is performed by Aaron McFadden! He plays a mean ukulele, bringing good times with his music and bubble machine. Grab your kiddos and have fun at the Market!


A huge thank you to the Bremerton Office Machine Company for sponsoring this program. See you at the market!


 




This Week at the Market

It's Kids Market Bucks Club at the Bremerton Community Farmers Market this week Thursday, July 6th, from 4pm to 7pm. Kids from 3- to 12- years of age can participate in a fun learning activity and earn Kids Bucks to spend with the farmers at the market. This month's activity involves bubbles, a foam machine, and fun facts about washing our produce. Come out for some good clean fun!


 

What To Eat At The Market this Week

Dad's Best Dogs is back at the market this week. With names from the Spicy Tijuana to the Puget Sound Signature to the Twisted Reuban, these dogs are made using 1/4lb. beef or 1/4lb. polish sausage on locally sourced buns. Looks like there's something for everyone...come out and try a delicious dog from Dad's. Prices start at $8.





Heathens Bakery - Trail mix, cookies, and desserts...all delicious! They will not be selling charcuterie boxes or sandwich this week.





Monica's Waterfront Bakery & Cafe - Fresh baked breads and yummy baked cookies and bars.



Viking Ice Cream - Cool, tasty ice cream in a variety of flavors and sizes.



Wilson Patisserie -Sumptuous savory choices and delicious desserts. Loof for them in their pink pastry cart.

 

Music at the Market with Jim Landis.


Moving at the Market with Julissa from High Fitness.




 



Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Benefits (SFMNP):

If you've received your SFMNP benefits card, come use it at the Bremerton Community Farmers Market. Currently two farms are accepting the benefits card, Fuentes Fresh Farm and Forest Frog Farms. Soon Taylors Honey Farm and North Mason Mushroom Farm will be able to accept the cards as well. Davis Farms accepts SFMSP benefits and will be at the market starting June 29th.


If you haven't already applied for benefits, stop by the Market Info Booth to pick up your SFMNP application! The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides nutrition to income eligible seniors via electronic benefits, to be used at approved farmers markets. We are excited to announce that 2023 eligible applicants may elect to receive $80 in benefits! Please remember applications must be mailed in, and that this program is first come, first served until all the benefits have been distributed.


 




SNAP Market Match

How to use SNAP Market Match at the market:

  1. Come to our Information Booth and tell us you’d like to SNAP Market Match

  2. Swipe your EBT card for the amount you want to spend

  3. SNAP Market Match will match up to $25/day/card

*P-EBT cards are eligible for SNAP Market Match

You can use your SNAP Market Match bucks on all of the following items:

  • Fresh vegetables

  • Fresh fruits

  • Mushrooms

  • Fresh herbs

  • Seeds and plants that produce food (for example, tomato seeds or tomato plants)

All of our farm vendors accept SNAP Market Match for qualifying items!


 




Please Watch Where You Park:

Be a good neighbor and only park in designated car parking areas. Kitsap Community Resources has generously offered their parking lot after 4:30PM, and they're just a block away. There are only 4 designated parking spots in the boat trailer parking area. Those parked illegally will get a ticket. Thank you for your cooperation!


 




Kitsap Harvest Grow-A-Row

Kitsap Harvest gleans produce from around Kitsap County and distributes it directly to community members facing hunger and food insecurity with the help of its volunteers. They are combating hunger and food waste by picking fruit trees, collecting produce donations from home gardeners and community gardens and delivering the food directly to partnering organizations including senior centers, recovery centers and homeless youth and veteran services.


If you have produce you'd like to donate, there are donation stations at Bremerton Community Farmers Market, Port Orchard Farmers Market and Kitsap Community Food Co-op. Sign up for their newsletter and stay up to date on all things Kitsap Harvest! Email info@kitsapharvest.org for questions.


 





















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