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, January 20, 2012

The Old Winery Market - Farmington, MI 1-21-2012

The Old Winery Market for 1-21-2012
31505 Grand River Ave
Farmington, Michigan 
9AM - 2PM

This Saturday is Pet day at the market.  Due to the health codes no dogs or cats inside the market, but there will be vendors selling special treats for your cats and dogs.  So stop out and pick up some special goodies for your pets.  Also coming in in a few weeks will be a book sale.  So clean up your bookcase and donate some books to help the local library out.

This week I have three more vendors for you to meet.  They will be at the market each week and offer a verity of items.  The first vendor is Theresa from Willow Ridge Farm.

 Theresa offers produce, baked goods, jam, jelly, eggs, and more

You can find out more about Willow ridge Farm Market at -

The next vendor is Tracey from Tracina's.

Tracey sell gnocchi, pastas, and tomato basil sauce.  Made with organic ingredients from local farms.  Visit there web site for more information on where you can find them during the week.

Next is Lara and Becca from Kapnick Orchards.

  Each week these ladies bring in apples, apple cider, apple butter, jelly and a host of bake goods.  They had a great crop of apples in 2011.  All baked goods come fresh from the on site farm bakery.  For more information on the farm, farm actives, or dates for picking (summer and fall) please visit them here  

You will find all your shopping need in one place each Saturday.  Stop for breakfast or lunch and get to know each vendor and their product.  See you this Saturday for another wonderful fun day at the market.  Come hungry and leave full and happy!

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