MARKET FRESH COOKING
David Gaspar de Alba
Executive Chef Radish & Rye
TUESDAY, October 6th, 11am in the Market Pavilion
Join David as he selects his market ingredients, then watch,
learn, & sample as he pickles some of your favorite produce.
Love the Farmers Market?
Consider running for the board of directors
in our upcoming election!
The Board of Directors is elected by the SFFM membership, and is composed of 10 current market vendors and
6 interested citizens from the community. Board members serve three-year terms and are required to attend a monthly meeting and participate in committee work throughout the year.
If you would like to run as a candidate in our board elections, you must declare your candidacy by submitting a letter to the SFFM office, detailing why you would like to serve on the board, and any special skills or experience you may offer our organization. The deadline to submit this letter is October 10th, 2015, by 2 pm. Your letter of declaration can be hand-delivered to Paolo Speirn at the Market, mailed or delivered to the office at 1607 Paseo de Peralta, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM 87501,or emailed to Lara Theragood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Lara Theragood, Office Manager
505-983-4098 ext. 4
RAILYARD ARTISAN MARKET
Sundays, 10am-4pm, in the Farmers’ Market Pavilion. Featuring live music and over 40 artists, including fiber art, paintings, hand blown glass, herbal products, sculpture, photography, jewelry, and lots more. The Railyard Artisan Market takes place year-round every Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more info, visit: railyardartmarket.com
Interested in playing music at the Farmers Market?
We would love to have you! The Farmers Market books musicians in advance, usually by a month or two. If you’re interested in playing, contact the market director at 505-467-9792, or at email@example.com
– play without amps or electric instruments — we’re strictly unplugged.
– have a busker’s license from the City of Santa Fe
– play for the majority of the markets open hours — 8am-1pm in the winter, 7am-1pm in the summer