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We will be at the Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farm, Friday, October 18, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (79th Street and Marsh Road).  We’ll have chicken, pork, and gluten-free treats. The Heritage Music Festival is this Saturday, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., sponsored by the Lebanon Community Arts Council and hosted on our farm.  Cricket Creek Players and Fiddlesticks will be playing for us.  Admission is free.  Chili, Smores, and drinks will be available for purchase.  There will be pumpkin carving and hayrides.  We will also have a display from Human Energy Initiatives.

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Heritage Music Festival FlyerThe farmers took a trip to Colfax last Saturday and picked up our pork bounty.  We now have lots of pork chops, bacon, ham steaks, and ground sausage.  Of course we have hams and roasts too.  We’ll be at the Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms, Friday, October 11, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (79th Street and Marsh Road).  Betsy’s Kitchen will be offering gluten-free pumpkin pie bars and flour-less chocolate cake.

Don’t forget our Heritage Music Festival on Saturday, October 19.  It’s sponsored by the Lebanon Community Arts Council and will feature music by the Cricket Creek Players and Boone County’s own Fiddlesticks.  Check out the flyer.

We also sell all of our products at the farm.

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Heritage Music Festival FlyerWe recently had a conversation with a fellow market vendor who didn’t like fall.  Who doesn’t like fall?  It’s one of our favorite seasons.  You get to enjoy the final produce of the summer season.  It’s finally time to harvest the fall pumpkins and gourds.  The first frost.  The tastes of pumpkin pie and apple cider.  Fall festivals in every locale.  Changing colors. Cooler days.  The time for hearty meals in preparation for the upcoming winter.  Who wouldn’t enjoy fall?

Speaking of fellow market vendors, we finally got to meet our off Saturday market partner at the Zionsville market, Amy Pictor of Clearview Farm in Westfield.  She also happens to be Amy Jeffries formerly of Union City.  Who would have guessed?

The taste of pumpkin.  Betsy will again be featuring Paleo pumpkin treats this week.

Hearty meals.  We still have plenty of pasture-raised chicken available and will have pasture-raised pork in two weeks.

Fall festivals.  We will be hosting a heritage music festival in conjunction with the Lebanon Community Arts Council.  The festival will feature the Cricket Creek Players and will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 19.

We are down to one market now.  We will be at:

Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms, Friday, October 4, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – 79th Street and Marsh Road

In addition to pumpkin treats, Betsy’s Kitchen will be offering Paleo sandwich bread and Paleo Spicy Chocolate Brownies.

We also sell all of our products at the farm.

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