Abe Lincoln

“You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich...strengthen the weak by weakening the strong...bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift...lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer character and courage by taking away people’s initiative and people permanently by doing for them, what they could and should do for themselves." -Abraham Lincoln

Friday, July 1, 2011

Baskets by Rose in Farmington and Ann Arbor this weekend

Farmington DDA

Farmington Artisan & Farm Market

Great fun will be found at the Farmington Artiisan and Farm Market on Sauturday July2, 2011.  From 9 till 2 you will find fresh fruit, vegetables, bread, eggs, milk, cheese, meat.  Plus soap, flowers,  art work for your home or gift giving.  Lil Sprouts will be back for the little ones to have some fun at while you shop.  Potter's field (country) will be back for their second appearance at the market.  Chief Donovan from Grand Celebration will be making a fruit salad.   Here is the link for the chief's and their recipes from demo days:

Zingerman's Camp Bacon

All this fun for Saturday then on Sunday at The Sunday Artisan Market in Ann Arbor (Kerrytown section) and Zingerman's will be hosting Camp Bacon.  If you love the smell and taste of good bacon this is the palace to be on Sunday.  This is a fund raiser for the Washtenaw 4 H clubs.  The artisan market will be open from 11 till 4 and camp bacon will run from 11 till 2.  Come hungry both days and leave happy.  Zingerman's is asking for a donation to the food part of the market.  After you have visited the market the Hands on Museum is two block from all of this fun.  Great day to spend in Ann Arbor and with your family.  Looking for to seeing everyone over the weekend. 

If I don't see you this weekend please have safe, fun filled weekend, and enjoy the 4th of July and our freedom!  

Happy 4th of July

1 comment:

Linda said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. You are right, our children take us places we would never go to, and bring unbridled joy.

Do you make all these beautiful baskets?

We've lived in our place for 38 years too. I'm ready to move to Omaha to be closer to our grandchildren, but will probably be here until the Lord calls me home, or comes to get me!