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Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – November 3, 2018

Dear Friends of Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

 

It will be a decent fall morning at the Market, sunny ans just a little cool.  Get there early for the best of the Market offerings, stay for a little while and enjoy the music, snacks, & neighbors.  See you at the Market!

 

Thanks for shopping at the Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market, but PLEASE SUPPORT our local full-time groceries during the rest of the week, especially Best World Supermarket.  It is a treasure to have a small, full service supermarket in MtP, but you must shop & support it.  It can only get better if you support it.  Don’t let Best World AND Don Juan’s get replaced.  Come talk to us at the Farmers’ Market table on the Plaza stage to learn more about the community’s efforts to support Best World.

 

 

Market Events:

 

Bike Clinic – Our volunteer bike technicians will help you solve all your bike problems.  Come learn & volunteer.

 

Friends of the MtP Library – Cookbook Sale – Buy a book & learn to make fantastic meals with all the good, fresh, seasonal foods at the Market.

 

Produce Plus – Our Food access assistance program has ended for the season.  dchealth.dc.gov/service/food-and-nutrition-department-health  www.facebook.com/produceplusdc  www.dcgreens.org/food-access/

 

Voter Education – Ya gotta vote!  If you didn’t early vote, Tuesday, 11/6 is IT!

 

What’s Coming to Market:

 

Earth Spring Farm: We will have lettuce mix, Salanova lettuce heads, Siberian kale, spinach, and a variety of herbs from our greenhouses, including mint, french sorrel, onion + garlic chives, parsley and pea shoots. Pair with our farm fresh, non-GMO eggs. Milk & dairy items.  earthspringcsa.com

 

Truck Patch Farm:  Cooler weather means more greens for salad and cooking.  Veggies include broccoli, potatoes, onions, peppers, kale, beets, spinach, arugula, and spring mix.  We also sell a range of pork products including chops, sausages, ribs, scrapple, bacon and roasts.  Eggs until they sell out.    www.truckpatchfarms.com

 

Richfield Farm:  We will have spinach and tomatoes this week in addition to our herbs, plants & seedlings for your garden.  www.facebook.com/pages/Richfield-Farm/108853529132734

 

Quaker Valley Orchards:  Lots of apples 🍎 Sweet potatoes, onions, winter squash and pumpkins. Canned goods, apple chips and cider!  www.quakervalleyorchards.com

 

Reids Orchard:  Another week, more apples to pick.  Things are starting to wind down a bit for the season, and we are still picking the last few apples for the next few weeks.  As I said last week, there isn’t much new at this point.  We might have a few pears left, but it is mostly apples and cider until the end of the season.  And quince for those folks brave enough to figure out what to do with it.  Next week, I will talk more about quince. (Honeycrisp, Gala, Braeburn, Nittany, Cameo, Mutsu- over 25+ choices this week), UV cider, Apple, Apple Grape, Apple Cherry and Honeycrisp cider.  Everyone should make it a goal to try a new apple they haven’t had before 🙂  Remember- you can always pre-order items to pick up at the Market.  Head to the ‘Farmers’ Market’ tab of our website to pre-order.   www.reidsorchardwinery.com   http://bit.ly/reidsfarmersmarket

 

Groff’s Content Farm:  Our butcher will have whole chickens, chicken breasts, chicken wings, various types of sausage, and free range hen and duck eggs.  www.groffscontentfarm.com

 

Spring Gap Mountain:  Our delightful cheese monger will be bringing Shenandoah Sunrise Tomme, Jersey Gold Gouda, Sophie’s Select Cheddar, Farmhouse Feta and lightly salted cultured butter.  www.springgapmtn.com

 

No.1 Sons:  It is the last full weekend for the full lineup of Number 1 Sons cucumber pickles! Starting in November, we will have our signature daikon pickles as cucumber pickles wind down. We will have our Super Sour cucumber pickles into winter market months, at least until February.  For our pickle die hards, here’s a breakdown on fall/winter seasonal changes:  Nov 3/4: Last weekend to get our Ginger B+B pickles made with local apple cider vinegar. Last guaranteed weekend for our other apple cider vinegar pickle varieties: Honey Habaneros and Summer Dills. Last guaranteed weekend for our half sour varieties: Half Sours and Crispy Koshers.  Last weekend for Salsa So Verde. Last weekend for Golden Beets. Last weekend for Dilly Beans.If customers are missing their favorite kraut, they can order it from our online store for pickup at their farmers market. Simply select ‘Local Pickup’ and write your market name and pickup date in the note. Orders received by Weds PM will be ready at that weekend’s markets.  If you’re looking for some pickle pictures, we’ve posted some recently on our insta.  number1sons.com/

 

Atwaters Bakery: It is the return of our ever popular pumpkin bites and pound cakes.  Stop by and see what good breads and pastries are available.  We have all the staples – croissants, muffins, scones, cookies, small batch jam made with local fruits, and hand shaped, organic breads!  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @atwatersfoods for daily updates and behind the scenes snapshots.  atwaters.biz/

 

Pleasant Pops: Finished for the season, unless it is a warm weekend.  Stop by the Market table to see what’s left.  Visit their shop in Adams Morgan.  pleasantpops.com/

 

Craft Kombucha: Stop by and see what looks good.  This weekend, it’s Ginger, Blue Lemongrass, Elderflower, Turmeric Love, Pumpkin Spice, and Apple-Cherry Cider. www.craftkombucha.com

 

Peoples Bao: Peter has Chinese steamed edamame buns with tender, slow roasted free range heritage pork or duck.  Also available are hot Asian soups to enjoy at the market or cold to take home.  peoplesbao.com

 

Manos de Maiz:  Visit us this Saturday. Toppings include our chicken almond mole, brisket Tinga, sweet potatoes with ramps and rajas.  We are also making kekas: spicy cheddar cheese and locally grown epazote.   www.manosdemaiz.com

 

Hilana Cuisine:  Falafel sandwiches and hummus.

 

Pagoda Caffè:  Come by and enjoy a delicious handmade brew!   www.pagodagoods.com

 

Community Events:

 

Saturday Morning Yoga – Start your Saturdays with Carol, Marjorie and some relaxing, stress-free yoga.  Everyone is welcome, beginners especially!  Please wear comfortable clothing and bring water.  Bring your own yoga mat or use one of theirs.  10am, MtP Library

 

 

Ward 1 DC State Board of Education candidate – Emily Gasoi Meet and Greet in Mt. Pleasant

Saturday, November 3, 10 – 11:30a, 1864 Monroe St

 

 

Saturday Book Sale  –  Besides the cookbooks on sale at the MtP Farmers’ Market, come by the library every Saturday, from 11-2p, for weekly Friends of the Mt. Pleasant Library book sales. The Friends Room is up on the 2nd floor across from the entrance to the Children’s Room.

 

 

Dia de Los Muertos  –  A community celebration of the living and the dead. The event features an elaborate altar designed and built by artists local Alfredo Herrera, Juan Lopez, Quique Aviles, & Mauricio Lopez. All the designs and artwork on the altar are handmade and designed by the artists. The community is invited to participate by bringing photos of relatives or friends that have passed away and that they wish to celebrate by saying or writing something about the life of that person.Bring photos of relatives and friends who have passed away to be included in the altar.  Come participate in a short parade and witness poetry and music by local artists: -Luci Murphy  -Son La Lucha  -Anexo Social  -Sammy Miranda  -DJ Daniel del Pielago  -Sweet Biscuits  Just added for this year: VIVOS O MUERTOS, two hours of alternative rock en español from 2:00 — 4:00 pm come rock with: -NOVAKAIN  -ANEXO SOCIAL  -ASOCIACION ILICITA  -BAD HOMBRES  www.facebook.com/events/1932779433464519/

www.gofundme.com/keep-dia-de-los-muertos-alive?fbclid=IwAR11OerjnNL22xdxq1t8onV6JYumi6gyC1sTPgq2KARZ3kjXk6xE50Qdzys

 

 

ISR Discussion: Where is Capitalism Headed?  –  One decade after the collapse of Lehmann Brothers — and almost a year since the Trump tax cut passed, with its powerful boost to employment in the yacht-waxing sector, if nowhere else — it’s clear to capitalists in most countries that the recent “recovery” is slowing down.

 

The question is not whether we are on the verge of another recession, but rather how soon it will be, and how deep. And you could say the same thing about the cuts in public services, teacher salaries, and Social Security that the capitalists will be demanding from us.

 

Join the discussion on Saturday on the recent International Socialist Review section called “Where is capitalism headed? Marxists look at the world economy.” It’s available online here:  https://isreview.org/issue/110/where-capitalism-headed

 

ISR discussion group, Noon to two, Saturday, November 3, Mt. Pleasant Library, Conference Room #1 www.facebook.com/dciso

 

 

The Mount Pleasant Lantern Walk – Sunday, November 4th!  Take back the hour! Join us for a lantern walk to mark the end of Daylight Savings Time and the onset of winter’s early darkness!  We will make a procession through the neighborhood carrying lanterns of all sorts, and our route will include a woodsy section full of mystery and surprises!

 

This is a great event for both kids and grown-ups. The route is about 1.3 miles and includes a section on a wooded path. Strollers are not recommended on the path.  The walk will be on Sunday, November 4th, the night that Daylight Savings Time ends. We will start in Lamont Park. You are welcome to arrive any time between 5:30 and 6:30 to join in the walk. In case of rain we will move the walk to Sunday, November 18th, 2 weeks after the planned date. A rain cancellation would be announced on this page and on our Facebook page.

 

Lanterns!  Everyone should bring some source of light. Parts of the walk are very dark.  All kinds of lanterns are welcome, except NO FLAMES. No candles, torches, fuel-lanterns or anything that could set anything on fire will be allowed on the walk. Safety first!  We have lantern-making materials for sale.  Flashlights, phone lights, and headlamps are not good choices for the lantern walk. They are too bright and send their light too far. If you have no choice but to use one of these, you should put it in some kind of bag or container that will diffuse its light. In fact, we will be giving out white paper bags at the walk which will transform such lights into beautiful little lanterns!

 

​Walk Quietly!  The lantern walk is special, as you know if you’ve ever been on it. We urge you to walk quietly, and to appreciate the darkness and the light, the beauty and the power of this event that brings us all together in the night. There are other times for talking.

 

That said, we at the Children’s Puppet Hour understand that kids will be kids. You shouldn’t worry too much about keeping them quiet : )  Please stay on the path and do not touch any of the displays. These are rules you *should* make sure your kids are following.  www.lanternwalk2018.com/  www.facebook.com/puppethour

 

 

Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – 3210 Mt Pleasant St Plaza at 17th & Lamont – 9a-1p

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Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – October 13, 2018

Dear Friends of Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

 

It will be a perfect fall morning at the Market, just a little cloudy and mild.  Get there early for the best of the Market offerings, stay for a little while and enjoy the music, snacks, & neighbors.  See you at the Market!  Lots happening in and near the neighborhood later in the day.

 

Thanks for shopping at the Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market, but PLEASE SUPPORT our local full-time groceries during the rest of the week, especially Best World Supermarket.  It is a treasure to have a small, full service supermarket in MtP, but you must shop & support it.  It can only get better if you support it.  Don’t let Best World AND Don Juan’s get replaced.  Come talk to us at the Farmers’ Market table on the Plaza stage to learn more about the community’s efforts to support Best World.

 

 

Market Events:

 

Bike Clinic – Our volunteer bike technicians will help you solve all your bike problems.  Come learn & volunteer.

 

Friends of the MtP Library – Cookbook Sale – Buy a book & learn to make fantastic meals with all the good, fresh, seasonal foods at the Market.

 

Produce Plus – Our Food access assistance program has ended for the season.  dchealth.dc.gov/service/food-and-nutrition-department-health  www.facebook.com/produceplusdc  www.dcgreens.org/food-access/

 

The Well – Meet some of our best and brightest practitioners and learn more about our great Fall Schedule of workshops and gatherings.  Our Well Market Manager, Kay, can give you all the information you need to incorporate self-care at The Well into your life during the colder seasons.  Stretch out your workweek knots with Dan Bradley, our ortho/sports massage specialist with a table massage or soften tech neck and backaches with chair massage by muscle whisperer Emily Tellez or just come by and meet Generalist Tamara Breuer, the newest addition to our community.  For more information on services or practitioners, visit bewelldc.com or just stop by the tent!

 

What’s Coming to Market:

 

Earth Spring Farm: We will have lettuce mix, Salanova lettuce heads, Siberian kale, spinach, and a variety of herbs from our greenhouses, including mint, french sorrel, onion + garlic chives, parsley and pea shoots. Pair with our farm fresh, non-GMO eggs. Milk & dairy items.  earthspringcsa.com

 

Truck Patch Farm:  Cooler weather means more greens for salad and cooking.  Veggies include broccoli, potatoes, onions, peppers, kale, beets, spinach, arugula, and spring mix.  We also sell a range of pork products including chops, sausages, ribs, scrapple, bacon and roasts.  Eggs until they sell out.    www.truckpatchfarms.com

 

Richfield Farm:  We will have spinach and tomatoes this week in addition to our herbs, plants & seedlings for your garden.  www.facebook.com/pages/Richfield-Farm/108853529132734

 

Quaker Valley Orchards:  Lots of apples 🍎 Sweet potatoes, onions, winter squash and pumpkins. Canned goods, apple chips and cider!  www.quakervalleyorchards.com

 

Reids Orchard:  Going to market this week: Kiwiberries!  Also known as Arctic Kiwis, these little berries are the size of a grape, but have the flavor of a kiwi, without all of the hassle of peeling. Plus Concord grapes, Asian pears, & Apples.  We don’t have too many new apples this week, but you will see Braeburns along with the many other varieties available. (Honeycrisp, Gala, Braeburn, Nittany, Cameo, Mutsu- over 25+ choices this week), UV cider, Apple, Apple Grape, Apple Cherry and Honeycrisp cider.  Everyone should make it a goal to try a new apple they haven’t had before 🙂  Remember- you can always pre-order items to pick up at the Market.  Head to the ‘Farmers’ Market’ tab of our website to pre-order.   www.reidsorchardwinery.com   http://bit.ly/reidsfarmersmarket

 

Groff’s Content Farm:  Our butcher will have whole chickens, chicken breasts, chicken wings, various types of sausage, and free range hen and duck eggs.  www.groffscontentfarm.com

 

Spring Gap Mountain:  Our delightful cheese monger will be bringing Shenandoah Sunrise Tomme, Jersey Gold Gouda, Sophie’s Select Cheddar, Farmhouse Feta and lightly salted cultured butter.  www.springgapmtn.com

 

No.1 Sons:  Golden Beets – a delicious crowd favorite is back – made with savory thai curry flavors and apple cider vinegar. Snack straight out of the container or mix in a salad!  Epic Heat Pickles – our newest vinegar pickle gives the heat without compromising flavor – made with Szechuan peppercorns and a blend of dark chili peppers.  Cucumber Kimchi – Crunchy, garlicky and refreshing! Made with tons of garlic, crunchy cucumbers and carrots – tossed with fish sauce, chili powder and soy sauce. A classic Korean side.  We will be also be featuring a brand new sour pickle at market this week! – flavored with coriander, fennel, caraway and black pepper. A lighter sour pickle to our garlicky Super Sours!  All of our current full sour pickles have been fermenting in wood barrels for a month.  If customers are missing their favorite kraut, they can order it from our online store for pickup at their farmers market. Simply select ‘Local Pickup’ and write your market name and pickup date in the note. Orders received by Weds PM will be ready at that weekend’s markets.  If you’re looking for some pickle pictures, we’ve posted some recently on our insta.  number1sons.com/

 

Atwaters Bakery: It is the return of our ever popular pumpkin bites and pound cakes.  Stop by and see what good breads and pastries are available.  We have all the staples – croissants, muffins, scones, cookies, small batch jam made with local fruits, and hand shaped, organic breads!  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @atwatersfoods for daily updates and behind the scenes snapshots.  atwaters.biz/

 

Pleasant Pops: Chongos, Cookies & Cream, Mexican Chocolate, Simply Apple, and Strawberry Ginger Lemonade.  Puppy Pops for your friend.  Visit their shop in Adams Morgan.  pleasantpops.com/

 

Craft Kombucha: Stop by and see what looks good.  This weekend, it’s all about Watermelon, so make sure to stop by and get your fill of this warm weather classic while you can!  Also on tap, Ginger, Elderflower, Blue Lemongrass, Mango Honeybush, Lavender Lemonade, and Hot Summer Hibiscus.   www.craftkombucha.com

 

Peoples Bao: Peter has Chinese steamed edamame buns with tender, slow roasted free range heritage pork or duck.  Also available are hot Asian soups to enjoy at the market or cold to take home.  peoplesbao.com

 

Manos de Maiz:  Visit us this Saturday. Toppings include our chicken almond mole, brisket Tinga, sweet potatoes with ramps and rajas.  We are also making kekas: spicy cheddar cheese and locally grown epazote.   www.manosdemaiz.com

 

Hilana Cuisine:  Falafel sandwiches and hummus.

 

Pagoda Caffè:  Come by and enjoy a delicious handmade brew!   www.pagodagoods.com

 

Community Events:

 

Saturday Morning Yoga – Start your Saturdays with Carol, Marjorie and some relaxing, stress-free yoga.  Everyone is welcome, beginners especially!  Please wear comfortable clothing and bring water.  Bring your own yoga mat or use one of theirs.  10am, MtP Library

 

Saturday Book Sale  –  Besides the cookbooks on sale at the MtP Farmers’ Market, come by the library every Saturday, from 11-2p, for weekly Friends of the Mt. Pleasant Library book sales. The Friends Room is up on the 2nd floor across from the entrance to the Children’s Room.

 

Peirce Mill Heritage Day  –  Saturday, October 13th from 10:00-4:00  Celebrate the “olde ways” of doing things that have often been revealed to be the best ways.  This year, you’ll be listening to a local musician play a selection of country, bluegrass and other folk tunes, watching a blacksmith bend metal over an open flame, hearing the tumble of the stones as historic masons build a wall, wondering how making clothes was so labor intensive with a spinning wheel twisting yarn.  Kids will be engaged in shelling corn, arts & crafts, pressing apples into cider, and watching the power of the waterwheel.  A food truck will be on site to provide vittles for those hungry for country-style food.  Free!  Rain or shine.  Peirce Mill is located at 2401 Tilden St, at the intersection of Park Road & Beach Drive in Rock Creek Park.  To learn more, visit www.FriendsofPeirceMill.org

 

ISR Discussion!  –  Saturday, October 13th from 1 – 3 pm  Mt. Pleasant Library  –  A discussion two articles from the most recent issue. These articles are: “The Return of Scientific Racism” by Phil Gasper, and “What’s the Matter with the Israeli Working Class” by Daphna Thier. Please make every effort to come having already read the articles and ready to discuss. If for some reason, you haven’t gotten around to reading it, you’re still welcome, and we’d still love for you to come and benefit!  The question posed in the title of Daphna Thier’s “What’s the matter with the Israeli working class?” concerns a fundamental strategic problem in one of the central antiimperialist struggles in the world today:  the role Israeli workers play in a colonial state. Opponents of the Boycott, Divest, Sanction movement who consider themselves socialists will often argue that BDS alienates them and undercuts the effort to build working class solidarity across ethnic and religious divisions. The article gives a thorough, materialist analysis with implications for the whole region. It’s a big article, as well as an important one, so give yourself time!  Boldly wading into the dankest cesspools of reactionary ideology, Phil Gasper’s “The return of scientific racism” puts the alt-right’s “new” arguments for white supremacy into the context of a long history of racist pseudoscience. These ideas didn’t just spring up out of nowhere: they responded to a definite bourgeois need to divide and conquer.  “What’s the matter with the Israeli working class?”

https://isreview.org/issue/110/whats-matter-israeli-working-class  “The return of scientific racism”  https://isreview.org/issue/110/return-scientific-racism

 

Meet the Street – MtP History on the Plaza, Saturday, October 13th, 2:30pm.  Purchase a mid-day lunch carry-out order across the Street, and join other MtP Villagers on the Plaza, (dining tables & chairs provided), to hear Mara Cherkasky, Historian Laureate of Mount Pleasant, talk about the history of Mount pleasant Street and the businesses operating here over the years.  The following businesses kick off Meet the Street’s exploration of our many impressive carry-outs.  Happily, their owners will join the group to talk about their lives and what caused them come to Mt. Pleasant Street.

 

*  Taqueria Los Compadres (3213 Mt. Pleasant St)

*  Sabydee Thai & Lao Cuisine ( 3211 Mt Pleasant St)

*  China Town (3207 Mt Pleasant St)

 

Mara Cherkasky is author of “The History of Mount Pleasant (Images of America)” and is historian, researcher, and writer/editor specializing in DC neighborhoods, institutions, and agencies.  She is the co-founder of the historical research firm Prologue DC and of the digital public history project Mapping Segregation in Washington DC.  She has worked with the nonprofit Cultural Tourism DC on Neighborhood Heritage Trails and the city’s African American Heritage Trail.  She has also authored books and articles, contributed to documentary films, and written historic-site signage.

 

Saturday evening at Suns Cinema:  – 8p: A Nightmare on Elm Street – Sorry sold out.  Sunday 7p – Kwaidan 3107 Mt Pleasant St  sunscinema.com  facebook.com/sunscinema/

 

 

Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – 3210 Mt Pleasant St Plaza at 17th & Lamont – 9a-1p

https://www.facebook.com/MtPFarMar

 

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Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – October 6, 2018

Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – October 6, 2018

 

Dear Friends of Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

 

It will be a perfect fall morning at the Market, just a little cloudy and mild.  Get there early for the best of the Market offerings, stay for a little while and enjoy the music, snacks, & neighbors.  See you at the Market!  Lots happening in and near the neighborhood later in the day.

 

Thanks for shopping at the Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market, but PLEASE SUPPORT our local full-time groceries during the rest of the week, especially Best World Supermarket.  It is a treasure to have a small, full service supermarket in MtP, but you must shop & support it.  It can only get better if you support it.  Don’t let Best World AND Don Juan’s get replaced.  Come talk to us at the Farmers’ Market table on the Plaza stage to learn more about the community’s efforts to support Best World.

 

 

Market Events:

 

Bike Clinic – Our volunteer bike technicians will help you solve all your bike problems.  Come learn & volunteer.

 

Music: 9a-11a – Open  11-1p – The Market Band – an Americana Roots band that play a wide range of music including country, bluegrass, pop, folk, rock, and soul influenced music as well as originals. We hope that our music provides food for the soul!  www.reverbnation.com/themarketband4

 

Friends of the MtP Library – Cookbook Sale – Buy a book & learn to make fantastic meals with all the good, fresh, seasonal foods at the Market.

 

Produce Plus – Our Food access assistance program has ended for the season.  dchealth.dc.gov/service/food-and-nutrition-department-health  www.facebook.com/produceplusdc  www.dcgreens.org/food-access/

 

The Well – Meet some of our best and brightest practitioners and learn more about our great Fall Schedule of workshops and gatherings.  Our Well Market Manager, Kay, can give you all the information you need to incorporate self-care at The Well into your life during the colder seasons.  Stretch out your workweek knots with Dan Bradley, our ortho/sports massage specialist with a table massage or soften tech neck and backaches with chair massage by muscle whisperer Emily Tellez or just come by and meet Generalist Tamara Breuer, the newest addition to our community.  For more information on services or practitioners, visit bewelldc.com or just stop by the tent!

 

What’s Coming to Market:

 

Earth Spring Farm: We will have lettuce mix, Salanova lettuce heads, Siberian kale, spinach, and a variety of herbs from our greenhouses, including mint, french sorrel, onion + garlic chives, parsley and pea shoots. Pair with our farm fresh, non-GMO eggs. earthspringcsa.com

 

Truck Patch Farm:  Cooler weather means more greens for salad and cooking.  Veggies include okra, peppers, kale, beets, various herbs, spinach, and spring mix.  We also sell a range of pork products including chops, sausages, ribs, scrapple, bacon and roasts.  Eggs until they sell out.    www.truckpatchfarms.com

 

Richfield Farm:  We will have spinach and tomatoes this week in addition to our herbs, plants & seedlings for your garden.  www.facebook.com/pages/Richfield-Farm/108853529132734

 

Quaker Valley Orchards:  Yellow peaches, Honeycrisp and Gala apples, grapes and a few blackberries! Onions and potatoes.  Fresh Cider, applesauce and butter. Jams and tomato sauce.  www.quakervalleyorchards.com

 

Reids Orchard:  It’s Apple Harvest Festival week!  And we are busy.  Peaches have finished up for the season, and we still have some seedless and Concord grapes for a little while.  But, we are full swing into apple season now, & we will have over 25 varieties of apples this week.  Make sure to come by and try something new, we always have samples available.  Going to MtP this week – Seedless grapes (last week for these), Concord grapes, Asian pears, Apples (Honeycrisp, Gala, Jonathan, Ambrosia, Gold Delicious, Nittany, Cameo, Mutsu- over 25+ choices this week), UV cider, Apple, Apple Grape, Apple Cherry and Honeycrisp cider.  Remember- you can always pre-order items to pick up at the Market.  Head to the ‘Farmers’ Market’ tab of our website to pre-order.   www.reidsorchardwinery.com   http://bit.ly/reidsfarmersmarket

 

Groff’s Content Farm:  Our butcher will have whole chickens, chicken breasts, chicken wings, various types of sausage, and free range hen and duck eggs.  www.groffscontentfarm.com

 

Spring Gap Mountain:  Our delightful cheese monger will be bringing Shenandoah Sunrise Tomme, Jersey Gold Gouda, Sophie’s Select Cheddar, Farmhouse Feta and lightly salted cultured butter.  www.springgapmtn.com

 

No.1 Sons:  Golden Beets – a delicious crowd favorite is back – made with savory thai curry flavors and apple cider vinegar. Snack straight out of the container or mix in a salad!  Epic Heat Pickles – our newest vinegar pickle gives the heat without compromising flavor – made with Szechuan peppercorns and a blend of dark chili peppers.  Cucumber Kimchi – Crunchy, garlicky and refreshing! Made with tons of garlic, crunchy cucumbers and carrots – tossed with fish sauce, chili powder and soy sauce. A classic Korean side.  We will be also be featuring a brand new sour pickle at market this week! – flavored with coriander, fennel, caraway and black pepper. A lighter sour pickle to our garlicky Super Sours!  All of our current full sour pickles have been fermenting in wood barrels for a month.  If customers are missing their favorite kraut, they can order it from our online store for pickup at their farmers market. Simply select ‘Local Pickup’ and write your market name and pickup date in the note. Orders received by Weds PM will be ready at that weekend’s markets.  If you’re looking for some pickle pictures, we’ve posted some recently on our insta.  number1sons.com/

 

Atwaters Bakery: It is the return of our ever popular pumpkin bites and pound cakes.  As summer turns to fall, we’re saying goodbye to our zucchini walnut muffins to make room for a new flavor.  Stop by and see what good breads and pastries are available.  We have all the staples – croissants, muffins, scones, cookies, small batch jam made with local fruits, and hand shaped, organic breads!  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @atwatersfoods for daily updates and behind the scenes snapshots.  atwaters.biz/

 

Pleasant Pops: Chongos, Cookies & Cream, Mexican Chocolate, Simply Apple, and Strawberry Ginger Lemonade.  Puppy Pops for your friend.  Visit their shop in Adams Morgan.  pleasantpops.com/

 

Craft Kombucha: Stop by and see what looks good.  This weekend, it’s all about Watermelon, so make sure to stop by and get your fill of this warm weather classic while you can!  Also on tap, Ginger, Elderflower, Blue Lemongrass, Mango Honeybush, Lavender Lemonade, and Hot Summer Hibiscus.   www.craftkombucha.com

 

Peoples Bao: Peter has Chinese steamed edamame buns with tender, slow roasted free range heritage pork or duck.  Also available are hot Asian soups to enjoy at the market or cold to take home.  peoplesbao.com

 

Manos de Maiz:  Visit us this Saturday. Toppings include our chicken almond mole, brisket Tinga, sweet potatoes with ramps and rajas.  We are also making kekas: spicy cheddar cheese and locally grown epazote.   www.manosdemaiz.com

 

Hilana Cuisine:  Falafel sandwiches and hummus.

 

Pagoda Caffè:  Come by and enjoy a delicious handmade brew!   www.pagodagoods.com

 

Community Events:

 

Saturday Morning Yoga – Start your Saturdays with Carol, Marjorie and some relaxing, stress-free yoga.  Everyone is welcome, beginners especially!  Please wear comfortable clothing and bring water.  Bring your own yoga mat or use one of theirs.  10am, MtP Library

 

Saturday Book Sale  –  Besides the cookbooks on sale at the MtP Farmers’ Market, come by the library every Saturday, from 11-2p, for weekly Friends of the Mt. Pleasant Library book sales. The Friends Room is up on the 2nd floor across from the entrance to the Children’s Room.

 

Neighborhood Block Parties:

1700 Blk of Kilbourne –  The bands: 11:30 Choro G Mt Pleasant (Brazilian) 12:00 Jim Dwyer (instrumental guitar) 12:30 Jim Fay (Americana) 1:00 Tio Brown (Soul) 1:30 Zack Boston (Folk) 2:00pm Open Stage (Sign up 2 songs) 3:00pm Ariana Marie (Jazz) 4:00pm Dancing/ limbo 5:00pm Patchwork (R&B) 6:00pm Lovejet (soul rock) 7:00pm Caz Gardiner (soul/ska) 8:00pm Frankojazz and Friends.  A special treat for our very young residents: DC Fire & Emergency will dispatch Engine 9. They will be on location at 1:00pm!

 

3300 Blk of 18th St ‘ween Monroe & Newton – music, food, & neighbors.

 

Adams Morgan PorchFest – DC’s most creative music festival, Adams Morgan PorchFest, will fill the air with melodies on Saturday, October 6.  More than 50 local bands will turn 16 porches, patios and stoops into stages for the day, drawing music-lovers from around the region into the leafy streets and independent businesses of the neighborhood.  The Envoys (voted favorite band in last year’s contest) will kick off the afternoon at 2 pm at event headquarters, SunTrust Plaza at 18th St & Columbia Rd. Attendees can pick up a map, then stroll around the neighborhood for nonstop musical performances until 6 pm. Each location will host three 45-minute sets between 2 pm and 6 pm. The range of bands touches nearly every musical genre, including classic rock, rap, reggae, folk, classical, a cappella, and more. Meander the delightful, tree-lined streets of Adams Morgan, enjoy local music, then stop into a local business for shopping and dining.  Another performer of note is Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles, who will be performing with three different bands: The Ghosts You Know (rockabilly pop), Tom’s Joint (jazz), and G.O.A.T. Rodeo (rock). The full lineup of performers will be available online at admoporchfest.com  For more details, pick up a map at PorchFest Headquarters in SunTrust Plaza (18th St & Columbia Rd) on October 6, from 2 to 6 pm; or visit www.facebook.com/adamsmorganporchfest  www.admoporchfest.com and follow #AdMoPorchFest.

 

Saturday evening at Suns Cinema:  – 8p: Scream – Sorry sold out.  Sunday 7p – Diabolique 3107 Mt Pleasant St  sunscinema.com  facebook.com/sunscinema/

 

 

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Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – September 8, 2018

Dear Friends of Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

 

Celebrate the first day of September and the Labor Day weekend!  It may be a little wet at first but just cloudy and cool for most of the Market!  Don’t let that stop you from coming to get the best of the Market offerings, stay for a little while and enjoy the music, snacks, & neighbors.  See you at the Market.

 

Thanks for shopping at the Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market, but PLEASE SUPPORT our local full-time groceries during the rest of the week, especially Best World Supermarket.  It is a treasure to have a small, full service supermarket in MtP, but you must shop & support it.  It can only get better if you support it.  Don’t let Best World AND Don Juan’s get replaced.  Come talk to us at the Farmers’ Market table on the Plaza stage to learn more about the community’s efforts to support Best World.

 

 

Market Events:

 

Bike Clinic – Our volunteer bike technicians will help you solve all your bike problems.  Come learn & volunteer.

 

Tin Lizzy Mobile Boutique  –  Take advantage of their sale on all summer clothing, or get ready for chillier weather with all of their new fall arrivals!

 

Friends of the MtP Library – Cookbook Sale – Buy a book & learn to make fantastic meals with all the good, fresh, seasonal foods at the Market.

 

Produce Plus – Food access assistance.  dchealth.dc.gov/service/food-and-nutrition-department-health  www.facebook.com/produceplusdc  www.dcgreens.org/food-access/

 

 

What’s Coming to Market:

 

Earth Spring Farm: Greens for now, seeds for later! Earth Spring Farm will have lettuce mix, Salanova lettuce heads, Siberian kale, spinach, and a variety of herbs from our greenhouses, including mint, french sorrel, onion + garlic chives, parsley and pea shoots. Pair with our farm fresh, non-GMO eggs. We’re also bringing seedlings ready to transplant, and our own soil mix for your garden! Handmade on the farm by Farmer Mike.  earthspringcsa.com

 

Truck Patch Farm:  Tomatoes!!!  Come check out our many heirloom varieties, plus roma, market reds, and cherry tomatoes.  Other veggies include cucumbers, okra, peppers, kale, beets, various herbs, spinach, and spring mix.  We also sell a range of pork products including chops, sausages, ribs, scrapple, bacon and roasts.  Eggs until they sell out.    www.truckpatchfarms.com

 

Richfield Farm:  We will have spinach and tomatoes this week in addition to our herbs, plants & seedlings for your garden.  www.facebook.com/pages/Richfield-Farm/108853529132734

 

Quaker Valley Orchards:  Lots of Watermelon, red and yellow.  Peaches and Nectarines!  Honeycrisp and Ginger Gold apples!  Plums and Blackberries.  Potatoes, onions and tomatoes!  www.quakervalleyorchards.com

 

Reids Orchard:  Another busy week! Nothing new and exciting this week except for some new apple varieties.  We have had some long days in the heat this past week trying to keep up with everything that needs to be picked, but it is shaping up to be a good autumn.  Going to market this week:  Blackberries, seedless grapes, seeded grapes (not Concords), white peaches, yellow peaches, nectarines, plums/pluots, Apples (Honeycrisp, Gala, Swiss Gourmet, McIntosh, Early Fuji and more!), and heirloom tomatoes..  Remember- you can always pre-order items to pick up at the Market.  Head to the ‘Farmers’ Market’ tab of our website to pre-order.   www.reidsorchardwinery.com   http://bit.ly/reidsfarmersmarket

Groff’s Content Farm:  Our butcher will have whole chickens, chicken breasts, chicken wings, various types of sausage, and free range hen and duck eggs.  www.groffscontentfarm.com

 

Spring Gap Mountain:  Our delightful cheese monger will be bringing Shenandoah Sunrise Tomme, Jersey Gold Gouda, Sophie’s Select Cheddar, Farmhouse Feta and lightly salted cultured butter.  www.springgapmtn.com

 

No.1 Sons:  Salsa So Verde – Our fermented green salsa made from tomatillos, onion, garlic and jalapeño is at all markets!  Delicious on top of eggs.  We also mix it with avocado for a creamy guac. Or, with yogurt for a crema to top tacos grilled veggies!  But Bye Bye Kicky Koshers – This week will be the last week of Kicky Koshers. This will allow for us to bring in a spicier sour pickle our customers have been requesting; HOT SOURS.  We’re refreshing our spicy sour pickle to use a spicier heat source.  Also Dilly Beans! – We have a consistent supply for the up-coming weeks.  Get them will they are freshly packed and crispy!  Dilly Beans are fermented in our barrels for a few weeks with our spice blend including plenty of garlic, fresh dill and red chili flake.  And Peach Kombucha is our seasonal variety this week.  We aren’t saying bye to summer just yet!  Cool and refreshing, as it’s been a crowd favorite this season.  If customers are missing their favorite kraut, they can order it from our online store for pickup at their farmers market. Simply select ‘Local Pickup’ and write your market name and pickup date in the note. Orders received by Weds PM will be ready at that weekend’s markets.  If you’re looking for some pickle pictures, we’ve posted some recently on our insta.  number1sons.com/

 

Atwaters Bakery: This weekend we’ll feature challah, both plain and with raisns, for the High Holidays.  We have all the staples – croissants, muffins, scones, cookies, small batch jam made with local fruits, and hand shaped, organic breads!  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @atwatersfoods for daily updates and behind the scenes snapshots.  atwaters.biz/

 

Pleasant Pops: Chongos, Cookies & Cream, Mexican Chocolate, Simply Apple, and Strawberry Ginger Lemonade.  Puppy Pops for your friend.  Visit their shop in Adams Morgan.  pleasantpops.com/

 

Craft Kombucha: Stop by and see what looks good.  This weekend, it’s all about Watermelon, so make sure to stop by and get your fill of this warm weather classic while you can!  Also on tap, Ginger, Elderflower, Blue Lemongrass, Mango Honeybush, Lavender Lemonade, and Hot Summer Hibiscus.   www.craftkombucha.com

 

Peoples Bao: Peter has Chinese steamed edamame buns with tender, slow roasted free range heritage pork or duck.  Also available are hot Asian soups to enjoy at the market or cold to take home.  peoplesbao.com

 

Manos de Maiz:  Visit us this Saturday. Toppings include our chicken almond mole, brisket Tinga, sweet potatoes with ramps and rajas.  We are also making kekas: spicy cheddar cheese and locally grown epazote.   www.manosdemaiz.com

 

Hilana Cuisine:  Falafel sandwiches and hummus.

 

Pagoda Caffè:  Come by and enjoy a delicious handmade brew!   www.pagodagoods.com

 

Community Events:

 

Saturday Morning Yoga – Start your Saturdays with Carol, Marjorie and some relaxing, stress-free yoga.  Everyone is welcome, beginners especially!  Please wear comfortable clothing and bring water.  Bring your own yoga mat or use one of theirs.  10am, MtP Library

 

Saturday Book Sale  –  Besides the cookbooks on sale at the MtP Farmers’ Market, come by the library every Saturday, from 11-2p, for weekly Friends of the Mt. Pleasant Library book sales. The Friends Room is up on the 2nd floor across from the entrance to the Children’s Room.

 

Saturday evening at Suns Cinema: NO – 8p.  In 1988, international pressure comes to bear on Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, forcing him to call a referendum on his presidency. The country will vote either yes or no on extending Pinochet’s rule for another eight years. Leaders of the “no” movement recruit Rene Saavedra (Gael García Bernal), a young advertising executive, to spearhead their campaign. With few resources and constant scrutiny by the dictator’s minions, Saavedra and his team hatch a bold plan to win the election.  3107 Mt Pleasant St  sunscinema.com  facebook.com/sunscinema/

 

Saturday, Celebrate Petworth Festival  www.celebratepetworth.org

Sunday, Adams Morgan Day Festival!!  www.admoday.com/

 

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Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market – September 1, 2018

Dear Friends of Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

 

Celebrate the first day of September and the Labor Day weekend!  It is going to be a cloudy day at the Market!  But don’t let that stop you from coming early to get the best of the Market offerings, stay for a little while and enjoy the music, snacks, & neighbors.  See you at the Market.

 

Thanks for shopping at the Mount Pleasant Farmers’ Market, but PLEASE SUPPORT our local full-time groceries during the rest of the week, especially Best World Supermarket.  It is a treasure to have a small, full service supermarket in MtP, but you must shop & support it.  It can only get better if you support it.  Don’t let Best World AND Don Juan’s get replaced.  Come talk to us at the Farmers’ Market table on the Plaza stage to learn more about the community’s efforts to support Best World.

 

 

Market Events:

 

Bike Clinic – Our volunteer bike technicians will help you solve all your bike problems.  Come learn & volunteer.

 

Market Music – 9-11a –  Raycurt Johnson, Violin

11a-1p – Masipula Suhole, Kalimba (thumb piano)

 

Friends of the MtP Library – Cookbook Sale – Buy a book & learn to make fantastic meals with all the good, fresh, seasonal foods at the Market.

 

Produce Plus – Food access assistance.  dchealth.dc.gov/service/food-and-nutrition-department-health  www.facebook.com/produceplusdc  www.dcgreens.org/food-access/

 

 

What’s Coming to Market:

 

Earth Spring Farm: Greens for now, seeds for later! Earth Spring Farm will have lettuce mix, Salanova lettuce heads, Siberian kale, spinach, and a variety of herbs from our greenhouses, including mint, french sorrel, onion + garlic chives, parsley and pea shoots. Pair with our farm fresh, non-GMO eggs. We’re also bringing seedlings ready to transplant, and our own soil mix for your garden! Handmade on the farm by Farmer Mike.  earthspringcsa.com

 

Truck Patch Farm:  Tomatoes!!!  Come check out our many heirloom varieties, plus roma, market reds, and cherry tomatoes.  Other veggies include cucumbers, okra, peppers, kale, beets, various herbs, spinach, and spring mix.  We also sell a range of pork products including chops, sausages, ribs, scrapple, bacon and roasts.  Eggs until they sell out.    www.truckpatchfarms.com

 

Richfield Farm:  We will have spinach and tomatoes this week in addition to our herbs, plants & seedlings for your garden.  www.facebook.com/pages/Richfield-Farm/108853529132734

 

Quaker Valley Orchards:  Lots of Watermelon, red and yellow.  Peaches and Nectarines!  Honeycrisp and Ginger Gold apples!  Plums and Blackberries.  Potatoes, onions and tomatoes!  www.quakervalleyorchards.com

 

Reids Orchard:  It’s Labor Day weekend, but there is no time to rest on the farm this time of year.  Seedless grapes are here in full force along with a few new apple varieties and all the usual suspects of the past month or so.  For all those that are wondering (and calling and emailing!), we are looking at Concord grapes being available in mid-September.  Going to market this week are Blackberries, seedless grapes, white peaches, yellow peaches, donut peaches, nectarines, plums/pluots, Apples (Premiere Honeycrisp, Pristine, Zestar, Summer Treat, Mollie’s Delicious, Ginger Gold and more!), & heirloom tomatoes.  Remember- you can always pre-order items to pick up at the Market.  Head to the ‘Farmers’ Market’ tab of our website to pre-order.   www.reidsorchardwinery.com   http://bit.ly/reidsfarmersmarket

Groff’s Content Farm:  Our butcher will have whole chickens, chicken breasts, chicken wings, various types of sausage, and free range hen and duck eggs.  www.groffscontentfarm.com

 

Spring Gap Mountain:  Our delightful cheese monger will be bringing Shenandoah Sunrise Tomme, Jersey Gold Gouda, Sophie’s Select Cheddar, Farmhouse Feta and lightly salted cultured butter.  www.springgapmtn.com

 

No.1 Sons:  Dilly Beans are back!!  Our Dilly Beans ferment in our barrels for a few weeks in a salt brine with garlic, chili and our own pickling spice blend.  Crunchy!  Deliciously sour, at times even olive-y!  Garlicky with a hint of spice!  Kids love them!  Adults want to put them in their cocktails!  What more can we say?!  Sounds like you should get to the farmers market this weekend.   Clean Kraut and Turmeric Kraut are our krauts at Market this weekend.  Ginger Bread N Butter Pickles.  Have you tasted our update on the classic bread n butter pickle?  We added fresh ginger, turmeric to our brine made of Virginia apple cider vinegar.  **these are one of our sweet, vinegar pickles that aren’t fermented**  If sweet pickles aren’t your thing, don’t fret.  We’ve got 9 NINE 9 varieties of pickles coming to our stand this weekend, included half sour + sour fermented varieties.  If customers are missing their favorite kraut, they can order it from our online store for pickup at their farmers market. Simply select ‘Local Pickup’ and write your market name and pickup date in the note. Orders received by Weds PM will be ready at that weekend’s markets.  If you’re looking for some pickle pictures, we’ve posted some recently on our insta.  number1sons.com/

 

Atwaters Bakery: This weekend we’ll have all the staples – croissants, muffins, scones, cookies, small batch jam made with local fruits, and hand shaped, organic breads!  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @atwatersfoods for daily updates and behind the scenes snapshots.  atwaters.biz/

 

Pleasant Pops: Chongos, Cookies & Cream, Mexican Chocolate, and Strawberry Ginger Lemonade.  Puppy Pops for your friend.  Visit their shop in Adams Morgan.  pleasantpops.com/

 

Craft Kombucha: Stop by and see what looks good this weekend  We’ll be back at the MtP Farmers’ Market this weekend serving up some of your favorite summer flavors. Make sure to stop by early if you want a guaranteed chance at grabbing these flavors.  Mount Pleasant shoppers will have the chance to try a new flavor this week – Zita Rica Caipirinha! For those of you who were drinking our kombucha during the 2014 World Cup, Caipirinha will be a familiar flavor. This time, we’ve taken a bit of a different approach. We’ve partnered with our new neighbors at Union Market, Zita Rica, to create this flavor modeled after their delicious “Cuban Gatorade.”  Also on tap, Ginger, Blue Lemongrass, Mango Honeybush, Summer Rain, and Peach.   www.craftkombucha.com

 

Peoples Bao: Peter has Chinese steamed edamame buns with tender, slow roasted free range heritage pork or duck.  Also available are hot Asian soups to enjoy at the market or cold to take home.  peoplesbao.com

 

Manos de Maiz:  Visit us this Saturday. Toppings include our chicken almond mole, brisket Tinga, sweet potatoes with ramps and rajas.  We are also making kekas: spicy cheddar cheese and locally grown epazote.   www.manosdemaiz.com

 

Hilana Cuisine:  Falafel sandwiches and hummus.

 

Pagoda Caffè:  Come by and enjoy a delicious handmade brew!   www.pagodagoods.com

 

Community Events:

 

Saturday Morning Yoga – Start your Saturdays with Carol, Marjorie and some relaxing, stress-free yoga.  Everyone is welcome, beginners especially!  Please wear comfortable clothing and bring water.  Bring your own yoga mat or use one of theirs.  10am, MtP Library

 

Saturday Book Sale  –  Besides the cookbooks on sale at the MtP Farmers’ Market, come by the library every Saturday, from 11-2p, for weekly Friends of the Mt. Pleasant Library book sales. The Friends Room is up on the 2nd floor across from the entrance to the Children’s Room.

 

Monthly discussion of the International Socialist Review (ISR)  Saturday, September 1, 12:00 noon  MtP Library, 3160 16th St, Conf Room #1  –  A monthly discussion of the journal, the International Socialist Review.  This month, focusing on two issues that there has been a lot of buzz around lately.  One is about the recent successes of left-wing and socialist candidates in the elections and the question of whether the Democratic Party can be a useful vehicle for the left.  We will be reading Bill Crane’s “More than a Ballot Line” https://isreview.org/issue/110/more-ballot-line.  The other issue is the phenomenal teacher strikes that rocked the country in the spring.  As Los Angeles and Seattle prepare to strike, the issue could not be more important.  We’ll be reading Dana Blanchard’s “Lessons from the Teachers’ Strike Wave” https://isreview.org/issue/110/lessons-teachers-strike-wave

 

Labor Day Weekend Music Festival 2018 –  The Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U St NW, September 1 – 2, As part of 202Creates, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities will close out the summer with a weekend of live music by local artists performing the sounds of DC. All performances are free and open to the public. –Saturday, September 1, 7 pm, Latin Night, hosted by Pedro Biaggi featuring:  Jason Cerda  –  Pablo Antonio y La Firma  –  Verny Varela  –   Elena & Los Fulanos; with special guests DCBX Dancers and DJ Manny.  Sunday, September 2, 7 pm  GoGo Fusion Night, hosted by Joe Clair featuring:  DuPont Brass  –  The JoGo Project  –  Full Throttle Band  –  The Experience Band & Show, with special guest DJ Scientific.  Now in its third year, The Labor Day Weekend Music Festival showcases the diversity of DC’s local music scene. By featuring artists working in different musical styles and genres over the course of Labor Day Weekend, the festival is a demonstration of the depth and breadth of our local musical talent.

 

Saturday evening at Suns Cinema:  El Mariachi – 8p.  3107 Mt Pleasant St  sunscinema.com  facebook.com/sunscinema/

 

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