BAYarts Farm & Art Market had best year yet

BAYarts market manager Pam Mills, middle, with two market volunteers. "They really help make it happen," Mills said. "I am so grateful to my market ladies."

The BAYarts Farm & Art Market has wrapped up its current season until next spring. Market manager Pam Mills couldn't be more proud of all of her vendors who helped create the thriving community of fresh produce, artisan items and good vibes.

For Mills, one of the best memories of the market this summer involved pooches. "We loved our special Dog Night," she says. "It featured local shelters and vendors ... and we even had a couple of adoptions as a result. Four-legged friends are always welcome at the market." 

More picnic tables were brought out for market nights, along with fun additions like BAYarts' large Jenga game tower, and coloring book stations for kids and adults alike. "Pam has really made each week a new, fun event," said BAYarts' Executive Director Nancy Heaton. "I love to come and see the campus buzzing with energy, and then I buy some beautiful produce. It always looks so appealing that I can't resist."

Look for the market next spring, with updates posted to the market page or New vendors can email for details. 


Jessica Stockdale

Jessica Stockdale is the Marketing Manager at BAYarts.

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Volume 9, Issue 18, Posted 10:21 AM, 09.19.2017