From Fresh Food to Fairy Houses to Turtles and Sunspots!

Friday, Aug. 5, 2016  Visitors to the Market this week had a host of directions in which to go!

With Chris Fee’s music as an accompaniment,… 7R Chris' music

….shoppers were greeted with fruits and vegetables, meats and seafood….Tomatoes made a major debut this week….

7F bountiful tomatoes

Right next to the corn, cucumbers, beans, squash, beets…

7R O those fresh veggies7R Magnolia

….the special condiments and treats…..7R decision

As the adults did their shopping, there were so many choices for the KIDS – young ones, older kids, and kids-at-heart.

Stopping at the Pequotsepos Nature Center booth offered some close up, hands on nature experiences including an encounter with a real live native turtle!

7R Nature center

Checking out those sunspots with Scott MacNeill’s sunscope – straight from Frosty Drew was another option.

7F sunscope instruction

7F Can I see

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perhaps a little kid shopping was in order, encouraging one of our young entrepreneurs.

7R recycled goods

And then there were the Fairy Houses coordinated by Hera Director Adrian….Check out the process of creating a fairy house along with some of the imaginative interpretations.

7R fariy houses in a group

7F  fairy house creaters

 

7F fairy house1

 

7R fairy house workers

 

 

 

 

 

7F fairy house for all ages

7R fairy houses

 

 

 

 

 

7F fariy house neighborhood

7F housing conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 soil testing team

 

7R clean water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Don's secret look

As for the adults?  Perhaps soil testing was called for in the garden….or there was a need to check the quality of well water…..

Or maybe it was time to select a photograph as a reminder of the beauty of South County….Last Friday (every Friday) was the place for families and friends to be!

7R family picnic

7F family timeAs for the coming week?  We can look forward to music by the Sky String Ensemble and visits from non profit groups including The Charlestown Animal Shelter and the South County Arts Association.  Join us and experience the CLT Farmers’ market for yourself!

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