Saturday, June 27, 2015

The Garden Bazaar!

Ladies and Gentlemen! 
Good people, young and old! 

Parents, bring your children. Children, bring your parents! 

Come in and see all that we have to offer! Jams! Honey! Lotions! Crafts! Music! and more! Do you have garden eggs? Bring them and trade for jam and fresh baked bread for your breakfast toast. Bring your garden bounty and trade for lotion to soothe skin, cracked after long hours toiling in the yard.

On July 12th The Garden will be transformed into a neighborhood bazaar. Rub elbows with neighbors while you investigate the "booths". Be entertained by musicians and actors. Maybe more! If there is anything you'd like to share or trade with your neighbors, please leave a comment (and picture if you have one) below and bring it with you on the 12th. The more the merrier!

Here is a little sample of what Lena and I will have out.  She is busy making friendship bracelets (if you want to preorder one, leave a comment below with a name or word, and she'll have it ready for you on the 12th).

I'll also be sharing some recently brewed beer and mead. If I have the time and energy (and I brew the week prior) I'll make spent grain bread. With honey, YUM!

I hope I see you here, in The Garden, on July 12th sometime between noon and 4pm!


  1. I plan on joining, and bringing some local Hamerton Ave honey for tasting/trading and some naturally fermented Mead. Maybe also some random jams from our backyard (boysenberry, raspberry, plum). I'm also thinking of bringing my box of garden seeds in case anyone wants to take a few of certain varieties.

  2. Hi Scott,
    Wonderful! Sounds like you have lots to offer! If it's not too much trouble, can you post a comment on my Facebook page ( It gets a lot more traffic. That way people can see what your bringing.
    I look forward to meeting you and hearing about your mead making. I peaked at your page. How did the wild yeast mead turn out?