This Week at the Market
At our June 19th market this coming Thursday at 2:00 pm, Brookfield's own Mayor Ponto, Brookfield Village, Ltd. and the Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce will host a Ribbon Cutting and opening ceremony for the newly constructed Village parking lot on Hoffman Ave, just off of Brookfield Road.
The Village Farmers' Market will be open early following the Farmers' Market. Local singer and songwriter Nora Collins will give a special performance from 3-5 pm. Don't miss out on this great family opportunity to enjoy all the market has to offer!
Even more vendors are here this week, including the ever so popular B's Bouquets! Come get your fresh cut flowers for your dining room table as you enjoy your market fresh meal.
The first CORN ROAST of the season is this week as well, at $2 an ear. Roasted on the spot! YUM :)
Don't miss out on Brookfield Village, Ltd. 2nd Annual Kids Fest, this Saturday, June 21st!
Food, drinks, and free activities for the whole family!
June 19th: Mayor Ponto visits for Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and a special performance by local singer/songwriter NORA COLLINS.
Corn Roast beginning at 3!
June 26th: Come learn how to cook some of those vegetables you don't know what to do with! Pang Yang, a produce vendor, will be giving a cooking demonstration beginning at 5 pm. There will also be a kid's Karate demonstration from 3 to 4 pm.
July 3rd: No Market :( . Happy 4th of July and see you July 10th for a corn roast and an Ice Cream Social!
Enter our weekly raffle! For $1, enter to win a free tote bag filled with items from each vendor. What a STEAL!
Looking to be a vendor?
Check out the application link below whether you are a new or returning vendor, or if you are a business in the community looking to participate!
Contact the Farmers' Market Manager Dawn Farina Condon for more information email@example.com
Click below to check out more information about Brookfield Village, Ltd. and how you can get involved.
The happenings of Brookfield Village Farmers' Market
Last Thursday was another successful week at the Farmers' Market. Lot of people coming to pick up their free tote bags to do their market shopping in! Local business Sabella's Pub and Grill served their delicious homemade Italian Sausages with hot pepper. Brookfield Dance Academy gave a stellar performance along with their DJ, and local guitar player Alex Siy provided a great selection of hits that made a great market atmosphere! With kids selling homemade lemonade, candy, and jewelry, our market is one of a kind for the whole family. We had a full lot of vendors in our NEW LOT location.
Construction on Brookfield Road and North Ave
Avoid the construction this summer! Follow the simple detour signs to get to Brookfield Village and the Farmers' Market each Thursday! Everything is open!
What's in Season?
June is plentiful with great produce. This month at the Market find berries, lettuces, rhubarb, peppers, beets, cantaloupe, peas and more! Come pick up some of these delicious and nutritious foods and see more of what's in season this Thursday!
Recipe of the Week: Lemon Herb Chicken
In need of a light summer meal? Look no further! Dominion Valley Farm from Allentown, WI has come up with a great recipe using their all natural, pasture raised chickens! Pair with a romaine lettuce salad with rosemary balsamic dressing for a complete meal.
¼ cup vegetable oil ¼ cup ketchup
2 Tbsp lemon juice 2 Tbsp soy sauce
¼ tsp salt and pepper ½ tsp rosemary leaves
½ tsp marjoram leaves ½ tsp thyme leaves
1 whole DVF chicken, cut into 8 pieces
5 cups Corn Flakes, crushed to 3 cups
In a large mixing bowl, stir together oil, ketchup, lemon juice, soy sauce, salt, pepper, and herbs. Add chicken and turn to coat. Cover and refrigerate several hours, spooning marinade over chicken.
Drain chicken pieces slightly. Coat with cereal. Place in a single layer in shallow pan coated with vegetable cooking spray. Bake at 350 for 50-55 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink. Do not cover pan or turn chicken while baking.
For more information and recipes, check outwww.dominionvalleyfarm.com
Vendor of the Week:
Ruegsegger Natural Farms
Located outside of New Glarus, WI, Ruegsegger Farm has been in the family since 1958. Ken, his wife Sherrie, and their two youngest sons raise their livestock with no hormones or antibiotics, and are grass fed. Their beef and buffalo are aged for up to 27 days before packaging to bring out the tenderness and full natural flavor! They carry beef, pork, poultry, eggs, veal, lamb, sausage, bison, ostrich, dairy, pickled items and jams, organic produce and more!
Ruegsegger Farms has a free home delivery or pick up service at farmers markets for free, allowing their customer base to spread throughout WI and nearby Chicago area.
In 2007, they opened their own local food store in Paoli, WI called "Paoli Local Foods," and are open from Monday-Friday, 10-6 pm and Saturdays from 8-4.
Check out their website for more information or stop by the Village Market on Thursdays to see them in person and talk to Ken!
Sponsor of the Week:
You know those great yard signs you’ve been seeing around Brookfield? Well, that is all thanks to our sponsors at WaterStone Bank. WaterStone Bank is located on Capitol Drive just west of Calhoun Road and opened last October.
WaterStone Bank is also sponsoring the City of Brookfield Summer Concert Series and will have an informational table and raffle at each concert. Visit their table to learn about special product offers and enter to win prizes in a raffle drawing.
Swing by the new Brookfield Branch on Fridays to say hello and receive a fresh baked cookies!
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