Porch Rockin’ is back this week with all kinds of yummy goodness. Stop by Liza’s booth and see what she has cooked up for you!
Muddy Dog Roasting Company is also back this week. We love having a coffee vendor. Muddy Dog will have roasted coffee beans, loose tea and beverages for on-site consumption: hot coffee, iced coffee, iced tea. For more information on Muddy Dog, please visit their website.
Vendors will have garlic, field peas, okra, tomatoes, and figs from the garden on The Market site. Be sure to pick up some fish, peaches, watermelon, cantaloupe, corn, and other amazing home grown vegetables while you’re at The Saturday Market.
Crowd pleasing vendors that will be back this week include folks selling Lemon Tahini, chutneys, scones, and homemade butter and cheese.
Donation based yoga is located in the gallery at Rebus Works at 9:30 and 11:00 am, and will be led by Trudi Taylor. Please bring water, yoga mats, and your sweet selves.
Craft vendors this week include:
- Bijou Savvy-vintage and found object jewelry
- Zass Design-eco design creations
The Saturday Market features local farmers and seafood vendors, food trucks, sweets, homemade nut butters, lemon tahini, chutneys, local cheese and fruit, music, craft vendors, and donation based yoga for great one-stop shopping. For a complete listing of this week’s vendors and events, please go to our website. Vendor updates are posted weekly on Thursday.
The Saturday Market
Rebus Works gallery, located next to the Boylan Street Bridge, downtown Raleigh, began The Saturday Market at Rebus Works in April. The market continues weekly through November 19, 2011. The idea is to combine farmers, crafters, and food and beverage trucks in one location. Although the idea is not new, it is new to Raleigh. The Saturday Market offers a unique setting where vendors are set up along a meandering path, past the chicken coop and gardens, right in the heart of downtown Raleigh.
The Market has grown weekly, supported by the local neighborhoods and community. The Market features locally grown food and handmade products, with a focus on being kid friendly, and community oriented. The Saturday Market contains a chicken coop and garden area to educate children about sustainability, as well as a kid’s craft area, so parents can shop while their children are artistically stimulated. The Market also provides 2 classes of donation based yoga each week, providing a draw for folks of all ages, with a positive, local neighborhood feel.
The Saturday Market is located at 301-2 Kinsey Street, (next to the Boylan Street Bridge) Raleigh, NC and is open every Saturday from 9-2pm and will continue through November 19.