Beef Cattlemen’s Day!
If you’re going to put burgers and steaks on the grill, why not make them from Highland-raised beef? And while you’re at it, pick up some produce, baked goods, flowers, desserts and more!
Cooking demos and recipes by Allegheny Mountain School and Virginia Cooperative Extension!
Friday, July 13th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion
Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.
Scheduled vendors include:
Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants , lamb cuts
Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers, beans, zinnias and gladiolas
Church Hill Produce – Lettuce, squash, green onions, red and white potatos, green beans, gladiolas, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, roma beans, sweet corn, sunflowers and snap dragons
Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm
Sarah Ricketts – cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs
Riven Rock Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef cuts and ground beef, honey
Ginseng Mountain Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef and lamb cuts, grilling marinade, sheepskins
Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef
Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets
Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries, garden plants
Walter Davis – birdhouses and woodcrafts
* Vendors and products subject to change*