Hello April, goodbye March madness!

What a week! First we get as much rain in day as we do in a month, but then the reward, amazing temperatures, blue skies and the feeling of spring in the air — finally!

This week the Market is outside again and we can’t wait! The Market is introducing a  new vendor this week, Pampered Cow Creamery. Pampered Cow offers amazing cheeses from grass fed cows. We also have three unique events this Saturday. First, its our very first household battery recycle Saturday. Bring your HOUSEHOLD batteries to Gossetts Nursery and dump them in the battery recycle box provided. Household batteries include both alkaline and nickel-cadmium batteries, so that includes non-rechargeables like AAA, AA, C, D, and 9 volt batteries, and rechargeable batteries.

Second Gossetts Farm Market is hosting representatives from Community Energy. Community Energy specializes in renewable energy. Local representatives Sam and Mark will be there to answer questions.

Third, we have another local artisan coming to the Market. Tammy Fischetti-Belle will bring her Fleur-Cut Flowers and floral arrangements. They will make a great holiday gift for that special someone or dress your home or dining room table with some of Tammy’s beautiful arrangements.

So without further delay, here is the vender list for this Saturday

And the Beads go on

Cascasde Mountain Wine

Clean Ridge Soap

Grazin’ Angus Acres

Dutch Deserts

Picklelicious

The Farmers Daughter

Gaia’s Breath Farm

Madera Farms

Go-Go Pops

Renee’s Jams and Jelly

Wave Hill Breads

Bongo & Capacci, fresh, handmade pasta and sauces

Mama Earth – Organic Deserts

Pampered Cow Creamery – NEW -Amazing Cheese from grass fed cows. Find more about them at http://www.pamperedcow.com

The Orchid Guy. Dave will help you pick out and tell you how to care for the perfect Orchid

Guy Hodges, our resident beekeeper.  Beekeeping suplies, bee’s wax candles and more.

Seatuck Seafood will not be here this weekend. Long Island reveived over 7 inches of rain this week and the Department of Environmental Conservation suspended shellfish operations due to the extraordinary volume of storm water runoff caused by heavy rainfall. Rob will be back next Saturday.

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