14th & Kennedy FM Menu for Saturday, June 3 from 9 AM to 1 PM

We’re located @ 5501 Colorado Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

Here’s our menu in one easy link!

As always, it’s open rain or shine! The latest weather for tomorrow is: partly sunny (according to Accuweather?!) day rising to 76 degrees by 1 PM.

NEW this week: We will have kids yoga @ 11 AM from the Kingsbury Center. Here’s their contact info: Jen Henderson, Marketing Manager, The Kingsbury Center, 5000 14th Street, N.W.,Washington,DC20011,O:202-722-5555,X2416,C:202-568-0542, jhenderson

Happy Market #4!

Belle Prairie Farm, our only Certified Naturally Grown veggie farm, is making its second appearance of the year. They also offer CSA shares, inquire within. Help, what can I do with the great garlic scapes from Belle Prairie Farm , premiering this week? Try these methods from This Fox Kitchen:

Belle Prairie Farm, our only Certified Naturally Grown veggie farm, is offering:

  • lettuce mix

  • Garlic scapes

  • Spinach

  • young chard/kale

  • mint/sage

  • possibly radish.

Garner’s Produce is offering:

  • Lettuce (bunched or loose)

  • Swiss Chard

  • Sugar Snaps

  • Spring Onions

  • Strawberries

  • Summer Squash- Yellow, Zucchini, Ishtar, Golden Zucchini, Yellow Patty Pan

  • Broccoli

  • Kale

  • Collards

  • Beets

Japanese White Turnips Eggs (not sold at all markets) Jarred Goods- Blackberry Jam, Hot Sauce, Hot Pepper Jelly, Pasta Sauce, Swt. Potato Butter, Pumpkin Pie Butter, Strawberry Daiquiri Mix, Strawberry Preserves Kohlrabi High tunnel tomatoes Fresh Cut Herbs- Parsley, Chives, Dill, Basil, Mint

McCleaf’s Produce

  • Apples cameo, Fuji and gold rush

  • Strawberry

  • Eggs

  • Asparagus

  • Beets

  • Broccoli

  • Cabbage

  • Chinese Cabbage

  • Cauliflower

  • Fennel

  • Kale – Dino, Red Boar & Green Boar

  • Radish

  • Rhubarb

  • Arugula

  • Swiss Chard

Groff’s Content Farm Will have fresh duck, their delicious chef prepared meals from Degrees of Cooking using Groff’s sustainable meats. They will also have their regular mix of pastured Berkshire pork & sausage, free range chicken & turkey, and pastured beef and lamb products.

Zeke’s Coffee of DC will be offering cold brew growlers tomorrow! in addition to their great usual mix of small batch roasted coffees, hot and cold coffee by the cup.

& Stone Hearth Bakery will have their same great options this week.

I Confect is back for 2017. Made in Union Kitchen Ivy City, DC, I Confect specializes in treats and baked goods using all natural ingredients. For the very first time @ markets, I Confect is premiering quiches, both regular and gluten free. Specializing in pound cakes, nuts, and more, what’s your confection.

LuvPlates is our new hot food vendor for this season. They’ve already received some great reviews on their ribs and the collards are spicy good!

Tigersoap, we believe, is out for this week.

The desiree4frame.

Farmers Market Volunteers Needed – 2017

1. Entertainment Coordinator: Primarily responsible for booking non-kids tent related entertainment for the market. Types of entertainment could include:

– Cooking classes

– Musical guests

– Fitness/health & nutrition classes

2. Sponsor Solicitation & Coordinator. Responsibilities include:

– Recruiting local business to sponsor the market this season

– scheduling sponsor appearances at market

– ensuring sponsor incentives (public recognition/appearances) are given as promised

3. Kids-tent Coordinators. Responsibilities include:

– scheduling entertainment for kids tent

– promoting entertainment for kids tent via social media and email listserves

– re-ordering supplies for tent, as necessary

– assisting with set-up/break down of kids tent, as available

Kennedy Street Development Corporation will be advertising their Kennedy Street Festival @ the market this week.

Our entertainer this week: Your name here, contact me @: freshvistamarkets .

DPW to Kick Off DC’s First Citywide Food Waste Drop-Off Program in our Neighborhood! Come Compost with Us!

The Department of Public Works (DPW) is continuing the citywide Food Waste Drop-Off program for Ward 4 at 14th & Kennedy Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9am-1pm District residents wishing to compost the food waste they generate from home for FREE are encouraged to bring, in a sealed container, acceptable compostable food waste items such as fruits, vegetable scraps and food scraps made from grains (breads, grains, cereals , rice and pasta), coffee grounds and filters, tea bags, egg shells, household flowers and nuts and nutshells. Food dropped off at all sites will be turned into compost soil, a natural soil additive that helps grow new food and plants. Through this new initiative, DPW intends to: 1-Divert and compost up to 160 tons of food waste in the first year; 2-Bring awareness to organic waste recovery and the benefits of composting, and 3-Provide tips on how residents can reduce food waste at home.

DPW’s Food Waste Drop-Off is a free service, with sites implemented in all eight wards by the first week of June (additional sites will launch in conjunction with the opening of the farmers market season). More information is available at: dpw.dc.gov/foodwastedropoff

Coming Soon for Vendors: Lisa Washington & Sirene Botanicals will be back sometime near June. Dimitri Olive Oil would like to come back this year but needs a selling position to make it happen.

Coming Kids’ Attractions for this season include: Do you have ideas for future kids tents performers or activities (it can be an activity you lead yourself–like a neighbor’s fantastic bubble snake idea)? If you have time to volunteer @ the kids’ tent and know more folks interested, please email me and Desiree Frame (<a href="mailto:desiree4frame) as we're looking to line up more kids tent activities and performances.

Volunteer and sponsor opportunities abound this season. If interested, please email me.

Coming Music Attractions for this season include: The Market Band is scheduled to come back on Saturday, June 24.

We love to support neighborhood organizations. We offer fruit or vegetables for one time events, gift certificates for silent auctions or raffles. We also consider other ideas you might have to support the neighborhood. Please contact Jim Coleman @ 2026818799 or freshvistamarkets.

We are on the hunt for new artisan food vendors now. If you know of a vendor who would be adaptable to the market’s needs and experienced on morning oriented outdoor events to be an artisan food vendor, we would love to talk with you about this, contact Jim Coleman @ 2026818799 or freshvistamarkets.

We are still looking for musicians to play acoustically for tips at the market. If you’ve always wanted to try it, this may be your golden opportunity.

Produce Plus, DC’s fresh veggies incentive program, will start this week. Unfortunately, the eligibility requirements have changed and we still need more volunteers for this program, so please contact us @: freshvistamarkets soon because we could use your help.

Thanks for coming to 14th & Kennedy Street Farmers Market. The neighborhood is supportive of the market and we think you rock for coming. We can’t do it without you. What do you want @ market? Do contact us @: freshvistamarkets whenever you’d like.

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