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Monthly Newsletter       JUNE 2019      Moscow Farmers Market


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Summer Cookouts

Grilling season has begun! Few things herald the start of summer like a juicy steak or burger over an open flame. And we cannot wait to add a side of produce to complete that picture. With each passing week during the month of June, we will welcome more and more produce vendors selling delicious, colorful vegetables and fruit. What are you most excited for—Peppers? Zucchini? I have read that even Peaches can be grilled! I’m particularly excited for roasting eggplants and turning them into baba ganoush. The best part of summer grilling isn’t what we eat, but the people we choose to pass the time with while we’re cooking. We’re excited to see you and your friends at the Moscow Farmers Market, and we hope you find something delicious for your next summer cookout!

-Zack Ellis, Computer Systems and Digital Media Specialist

Zack Ellis

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POP Club! 2019

Try local, seasonal produce and explore the farmers market with POP Club! The Power of Produce club encourages kids ages 5-12 to try new fruits and vegetables and rewards participants with $5 POP bucks vouchers to be spent on fresh produce from local vendors. Join the Moscow Farmers Market and our community partners the Moscow Food Coop and Eat Smart Idaho every second Saturday, June-September, at the Kid's Tent in Friendship Square for some tasty produce samples and fun market themed activities!


Market Entertainment

Join us from 9 A.M. to 10 A.M. and again from 10:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. for some of the finest music and entertainment on the Palouse! Here's what this month's performers have to say about their shows:

MAC Band

Moscow Arts Commission Band

June 1, 9:00 A.M.
Led by conductor Albert Miller, the band plays symphonic favorites after the children’s shows at Entertainment in the Park. Join them for marches and other symphonic arrangements.
Cynthia Brando

Cynthia Brando

June 1, 10:30 A.M.
Cynthia Brando is a singer songwriter from Los Angeles who captures audiences with her unique vintage style powerful vocals and folk rock guitar rhythms.
Saticoy

Saticoy

June 8, 9:00 A.M.
Saticoy is a Moscow-based family folk band comprised of the Saunders siblings. Driven by powerful storytelling and captivating sister harmonies, Saticoy brings you folk music at it's best: good stories in good music.
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Gefilte Trout

June 8, 10:30 A.M.
Foot-tapping klezmer tunes and songs in Ladino, Hebrew, Yiddish, and Roma.
Dan Maher

Dan Maher

June 15, 9:00 A.M.
Dan is the longtime host of Inland Folk on Northwest Public Radio, which is has been broadcasting for nearly four decades! In Dan’s words, he gives people “the opportunity to listen to all kinds of really good acoustic music.” 

The Range Benders

June 15, 10:30 A.M.
The Range Benders play a diversified mix of Americana from back roads to bone weary blues. Creative originals, peppered with traditional and cover tunes. Delivered with strong vocals, innovative guitar, and bass. Genuine. Flavorful. Engaging for all ages.

Mystic Rhythms

Mystic Rhythms

June 22, 9:00 A.M.
Mystic Rhythms is a fusion style belly dance troupe based in Moscow. We have been performing throughout the Pacific Northwest for over a decade. We offer a wide variety of dances, all family friendly!

Joseph Hein Band

June 22, 10:30 A.M.
We are a 4 piece band with keyboard, guitar, bass and drums. The live sound ranges from mellow mid-tempo grooves to upbeat high energy dance beats. We played many shows in the NW this past year and have developed a good audience in the Palouse.

MCS Marimba Club

Moscow Charter School Marimba Club

June 29, 9:00 A.M.
The Marimba Club, composed of up to 20 students in grades 3-10, will be playing traditional Zimbabwean tunes taught by Dr. Tendai Muparutsa. We will be performing this lively, joyful, and rhythmic music on African marimbas and drums for all to enjoy.

Fatt Jazz

June 29, 10:30 A.M.
A quartet of guitar, bass, drums and percussion


Are you a performer?

We are always on the lookout for talented performers throughout the Palouse! Please let us know about your act by filling out this online form so we can stay in touch about music opportunities at the Moscow Farmers Market.


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Accepting Bicycle Benefits

The Moscow Farmers Market is thrilled to be partnering with the national Bicycle Benefits Program for the 2019 Market season! Ride your bike to market, show your bicycle benefits sticker at the City of Moscow tent in Friendship Square, and receive a $2 token valid with ANY market vendor. Stickers will also be available for purchase for $5. 

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Shop The Market

Patrons receiving EBT or SNAP benefits are encouraged to visit the Backyard Harvest tent to participate in our Shop The Market program. Located by the clock and fountain in Friendship Square, patrons receive tokens to purchase fresh produce and other eligible items from vendors enrolled with this program.

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WIC and SFMNP

Select Moscow Farmers Market vendors accept State of Washington WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) and SFMNP (Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program) checks. Visit the City of Moscow Information tent to find out which vendors participate in this program and how to shop. 




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City of Moscow Community Events Division
Amanda Argona, Community Events Manager
(208) 883-7132
farmersmarket@ci.moscow.id.us
http://www.ci.moscow.id.us/ 

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