Today’s that day again! Come stock up on peaches, berries, veggies, beef, cheese, honey, flowers, baked goods and soap (to wash up after you finish swimming) for the Fourth of July weekend. We’ve got it all at the Homegrown Alabama Farmers Market, every Thursday from 3-6 p.m. on the lawn of Canterbury Episcopal.
Next week’s market will be the third annual Bama Loves Tomatoes festival, and this year we’ve added a salsa competition! Read more about it on our blog @ http://wp.me/pMYiK-1c , and buy your ingredients today at the Homegrown market or at the Tuscaloosa Farmers Market on Saturday or Tuesday. Prizes will be awarded both by a panel of judges and by a the public. (This means free salsa for everyone while it lasts!!) Homegrown will provide the chips.
Today after the market, consider attending the Tuscaloosa Forward public workshop at the Bryant Conference Center from 6-8:30 p.m. From the website: “Citizens are encouraged to attend this workshop to share their ideas on how to rebuild tornado-impacted areas, and help establish a long-term vision for the future of Tuscaloosa.” Read more @ http://t.co/m07RH1k.