July 11 Sherwood Saturday Market

Hello everyone!

The Sherwood Saturday Market is open this Saturday, July 11th, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. The live music this week is The Rose City Flute Players in the morning at 9:00 and Lew Jones with his mellow musical guitar sounds from 11:00 to 1:00.

Handcrafted Goods

News & Specials for This Week:

~~The Custom Soap Shop - Hello everyone. This week we have a few new scents: Rain, Eucalyptus, Fresh Linen, and Lettuce. We also have a new product Organic Body Wash. It is a great alternative to soap and has no harsh chemicals or preservatives. Come by and smell the new goodies. We also have a new soap of the month. Hope to see you Saturday! Michelle - The Custom Soap Shop.

~~Master Gardner - Did you know the market has a Master Gardener available? Find answers to your gardening problems. Identify diseases, insects or other causes for problems. Get advice on how, where and when to plant. Also, information on how to become a Master Gardener.

~~Thai Mama - Thai Mama's specialty is our world famous eggrolls. Mama's family recipe brought to market for a traditional Thai style flavor. We have weekly specials like Red Curry Coconut Chicken, Wontons, Thai Iced Tea and Coffee, along with other family specialty items. Give us a try, we promise you won't be disappointed!

News & Upcoming Events: Mark Your Calenders!

~~Suzanne Scalfaro - Reminder that Suzanne will be our first Guest Chef. She is coming July 11 and will be demonstrating throughout the market day. From Suzanne: "Yes, my name is Suzanne Scalfaro, I am a local Chef, I have my own Personal Chef Business. I did my internship with Chef Joe McGarry, who has worked for the past 10 years building up relationships with local farms and this has translated to the Ronler Acres Intel Bon Appetit Services and Farm to Fork Programs out there. I currently work part time thru Aramark at the OES account creating international cuisine 2 nights a week for their boarding students. The easiest way to have great tasting food, it to have fresh products, I believe that is why the Farmers Markets thrive here in the Northwest."

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