Really and truly, Spring weather is almost here. With it comes the first agricultural signs of warmer weather: tiny little leaves poking up through the soil. Asparagus tends to start showing up in late-April or early May around here, followed by a deluge of additional produce in the summer months. What to do in the meantime for local produce? Shop your HarborMarket vendors, of course! Riverwood Produce harvests root vegetables including carrots, turnips and potatoes in the fall and keeps them in cold storage for use throughout the winter – just for you. Wanting something green? No problem. Wright Way Farm brings delicious, tender, greenhouse-grown, organic leafy greens. Don’t forget longtime HarborMarket vendor, Jay’s River Valley Mushrooms, whose products are grown locally and without chemicals. Keep an eye out in the next few weeks for plants to grow in your own garden. Hang in there - it can’t stay cold forever!
Market Vendor Spotlight - Anointed Body Care
Treat your skin well with all-natural products from Anointed Body Care.
Entertainment Spotlight - Jamey Buencamino
A familiar face and talented musician, Jamey Buencamino joins us at the market this Saturday.
Please note, vendor and entertainment information is subject to change.
For more information about things to see and do in the Kenosha Area,
go to the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau website.