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It’s a Party! Quarry Farmer’s Market Celebrates 1st Anniversary Sunday

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Have fresh pastries for breakfast, with coffee, while you shop for veggies and more.

Paper may be the traditional one-year anniversary gift for married couples, but the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market will celebrate their anniversary with live music and Texas food Sunday, April 29. The day marks one year of weekly successes for the group of local vendors. The market has grown to almost 30 active farmers, ranchers, gardeners and food producers, each offering a unique, fresh approach to a naturally healthy local lifestyle. The party begins Sunday in classy style as the UTSA String Quartet serenades shoppers beginning at 9 a.m.  At 10 a.m., Texas cowboy-chef Lou Lambert will prepare samples of seasonal, market inspired dishes from his "Big Ranch, Big City" cookbook and later sell autographed cookbooks.

Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market showcases seasonal produce.

From 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., the Texas theme continues with the music of Nicolette Good, recently voted San Antonio’s Best Singer-Songwriter by The Current. Meanwhile, shop the riches from area farms, ranches a food producers. Vendors currently include: 9-1 Farm, Bakery Lorraine, Bikkurim Farm, Bistro Bakery, Cowgirl Granola, Engel Farms, Good Gluten-Free Foods, Green Hills Poultry, Gwendolyn at the Market, Humble House Foods, Katie’s Jar, Koch Ranches, Lilly’s Chicken Ranch, Lorberau Farms, Miller’s Tropicals, Ming’s Things, Mom & Pops, My Father’s Farm, Patty’s Petals, Revolucion Coffee, Rancho Ojo de Agua, Rolling Pig, Sam’s Salmon, Springfield Farm, The Gardener’s Feast, The Lemonade Co. and Zamudio Farm. The Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market is held Sundays, rain, wind, cold or heat, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Quarry Market (255 E. Basse), adjacent to Whole Foods Market. For more information call 210-722-5077, email info@quarryfarmersmarket.com, or visit www.quarryfarmersmarket.com.
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