Farm Market Moves Inside

College Hill Farm Market is moving inside to the College Hill Coffee Company, 6128 Hamilton Avenue.    Back Acres Farm (Patti and Jim Schwartz) will return with their table full of in-season produce, noodles, yogurt, cheese, eggs, meat and produce that Patti has canned and preserved.  Shadeau Breads will be there with their pecan rolls, pizza breads and wide variety of artisan breads.  Our Harvest Cooperative, which grows here in College Hill, will be parked behind the Coffee House to distribute their weekly Harvest Boxes (you can subscribe for a weekly box online)

Every Thursday

3:00-5:30 p.m.

and it’s Happy Hour


Thanks for a great season and we will

See you at Pumpkin Patch Saturday, October 8th

Summer Market closes this week

The final summer market of the 2016 market season is this Thursday, September 29th from 3-6:30.   Aunt Flora will be there with her fruit cobblers.  Southern Grill will be firing up their wood BBQ smoker and making lots of Mac and Cheese.


Southern Grill Wood Smoked BBQ–turkey, chicken and ribs with lots of sides








There is still tomatoes, peppers, squash, beets, onion, potatoes, fall salad greens, kale and mustard greens.  As always, there is meat, eggs, artisan baked goods, vegan cookies, hand-crafted soaps and creations by Janet Beck.

Please stop by this week come rain or beautiful fall weather.  Our loyal vendors come each week from May until the end of September.  Take a moment to say “thanks” and hope they will come back next season.

Pumpkin Patch October 8th

Some of our vendors and the Sunny Side Food Truck will be at Pumpkin Patch this year.  There will be a wide variety of Food Trucks and festival food as well as live music, booths from local organizations and lots of activities for the whole family.



Last two 2016 outside markets

Enjoy these beautiful fall days by coming out to the College Hill Farm Market Thursdays from 3:00-6:30 p.m.  We have two more outside markets before a few of our vendors will move inside to the College Hill Coffee Company.  Local produce is still available and abundant.  Last week may have seen the last of the sweet corn for this season, but there should still be green beans, tomatoes, melons, greens, lettuce,  onions, garlic, potatoes, beets, carrots, and as always eggs and meat.   Shadeau bread, vegan cookies, crafts from J.B. Creations and hand made soaps will also be available.


Sunny Side Food Truck is back this week

Sunny Side Food Truck will be back with their burgers, BLTs, egg sandwich and weekly specials as well as cold drinks.  Stop by for a snack or dinner as you shop this week.


J.B. Creations

Janet Beck creates jewelry, tutus, seasonal decorations, children’s toys and much more.  She was hoping to be with us all season, but she was unable to be with us most of the summer.  Stop by these last two markets and stop by her booth at the Pumpkin Patch Festival.


Save the Date–Pumpkin Patch October 8th




BBQ at the Market this week

Welcome J&R Southern Grill,  featuring barbecued or smoked meats and mouth-watering and lip-smacking delicious home-style sides. They pride themselves in the quality of their product and excellent customer service. Their mobile food/catering service is like a backyard barbecue – family reunion every time we spark up Charlene, our grand champion smoker.  At J&R Southern Grill the Sauce is in the Seasoning!!  Come out and support this new College Hill business.

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Fall bring greens and squash

With the cooler weather, we are starting to see fall lettuce, greens and kale as well as squash.  There is still beans, sweet corn, melons, tomatoes, beets, zucchini, potatoes and onions.  As always we will have artisan breads, vegan cookies, meats, eggs, and hand-crafted soaps.


Favorite Salad recipes from the market

We had wonderful food demonstrations this year at the market and many of you have asked for the recipes.  Chef Marcotte  created these two salads from main ingredients  available at our market–give them a try!

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Food truck this week at the market!

Stop by to enjoy a snack or dinner from the Sunny Side Brunch Food Truck from 3:30-6:30 this Thursday.  They have cold drinks and fantastic grilled cheese, egg sandwiches, BLT’s, and maybe even serve their crab cake sandwiches–go on Sunny Side Brunch  Facebook page and tell them to bring their signature crab cakes!  Their menu is reasonably priced and their produce is fresh and local. They cook everything right there on the spot!  Food trucks will come to College Hill as long as we patronize them so come on out and give them a try.

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JB Creations

Welcome Janet from JB Creations back to the market.  She has jewelry, tutus and some children’s toys and home made decorations.  Stop by and say hello!



Fall Produce and more

Our two largest produce vendors have high tunnels and will be producing well into winter.  Our Harvest and Back Acres still have tomatoes, melons, beans and other summer produce and are starting to see some fall squash.  As soon as it gets cooler they will again have lettuce and spinach and other greens.  Back Acres also has eggs, cheese, and meats every week at the market.  As always, we will have fresh backed goods, vegan cookies and beautiful hand crafted soap products.

 Goodbye to Seeders and Feeders and North Oaks Farm

These two fine produce vendors will probably not be back again this season.  They are smaller farmers and their summer gardens are not producing as they were.  Thanks for being loyal vendors at the our market.  See you next year!





Tomatoes are at their prime!

Come to the College Hill Farm Market for fresh, local produce for your Labor Day picnic!   Tomatoes are at their prime, so think about caprese salad, tabouli, BLTs, tomato sandwiches or making home made pasta sauce!  There should also be lots of sweet corn, beans, peppers, zucchini, onions, garlic, beets, melons and a wide variety of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes.

We also have vegan cookies, baked goods, soap products, meats, and eggs.


Food Demonstration This Week

This week will be the last food demonstration of this market season.  At 4:00, Chef Rhonda Marcotte will create a pan-roasted corn salad with tomatoes and feta and a  black bean salad with tomatoes.   Stop by to watch this creative chef and conjure up some great dishes.  Once  you have sampled them, you will want to try them yourself! Her food truck, Sunny Side Brunch, will be back at the market on September 8th.


The Market is open into October

While market activities wind down after Labor Day, the market is open every Thursday from 3-6:30 well into October depending on the weather.  Our vendors are starting to have fall products such as apples and butternut squash so stop by every week to see what is in season.

Save the Date