Indoor Farmers Market features music, food vendors

Patrons gather at Irwin Community
  Center for the opening day of the
  2018 Indoor Farmers Market season. 
(Chronicle file photo)
Homewood's Indoor Farmers Market will begin its fifth season on Saturday, Jan. 26, giving local shoppers a selection of seasonal produce, baked goods and artisan products.
The market will be open from 8 a.m. until noon at Irwin Park Community Center, 18120 Highland Ave., on the last Saturday of each month through April.

The opening weekend of the Indoor Farmers Market features music by Dominic Ruffalo at 8 a.m. and Kirk Lindstrom at 10 a.m. Kids can also create a unique spin art masterpiece, compliments of the village of Homewood.

Live performances the rest of the season include MG Bailey on Feb. 23, Butterfield Creek on March 30 and Jeff Maharry on April 27. Musicians perform at 8 and 10 a.m.

Kids events featured at each Indoor Farmers Market includes a henna artist Feb. 23, face painting on March 30 and an interactive bicycle activity with Good Speed Cycles on April 27.

Food vendors include City Roasters, Elite Sweets, EmpanadUS, One Happy Tail Dog Bakery, Organic Bread of Heaven, Salad Bowl Creations, Sitka Salmon, Sonoma Farms, Sunshine Kitchen, T's Cheese & Vegan, TJ’s Kettle Korn, Tiddleywink Toffee, WeBlueRice and Wrought Iron Farm among others. Vendors will increase in number as produce becomes available.  

Artisan vendors include Cloud Nine Jewelry, Day Dreamer Jewelry, Gibson House Press, Jewelry by Paulette, Pampered Chef and Schnazzy Pillows.

Free parking is available.

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