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Happy Solstice, Juneteenth, and Father's Day!
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Place your order from Western Maine Market today for pick-up or delivery this Friday or Saturday. We will offer order pick-up at the Grange yard sale this Saturday.
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Grange Yard Sale
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Saturday the 19th, 9 am - 2 pm, next to the West Farmington post office on Bridge St.
The Farmington Grange will be holding an inside and out yard sale on Saturday, June 19, from 9-2. Donations can be dropped off Friday afternoon, no clothing or electronics. Good used household items will be sold, as well as plants and baked goods. No early birds, please. The yard sale is to benefit restoring the exterior of the grange hall.
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Solstice Celebration at The Cabin
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Saturday the 19th, 3-9 pm, 578 Industry Road. Live music from Invite the Wild and open mic, food from White Fox Taverna and The Cabin, music, and more!
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Learn more at www.facebook.com/events/209654314244353?ref=newsfeed
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New and Returning Products

Banana bread with chocolate chips
Menu Group: Food
Section: Baked Goods
Category: Quick Breads
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Duck eggs
Menu Group: Food
Section: Eggs
Category: Duck
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Strawberries - naturally grown - No Spray
Menu Group: Food
Section: Fruits and Berries
Category: Strawberries
Vendor: Porter Hill Farm
GARLIC Chives!
Menu Group: Food
Section: Herbs
Category: Chives
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Garlic scape pesto
Menu Group: Food
Section: Prepared Foods
Category: Pesto
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Strawberry Rhubarb jam
Menu Group: Food
Section: Preserved Foods
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Beets with greens - medium red beets
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Beets
Vendor: Porter Hill Farm
New Crop
Dark red beets with greens.
3- beets/bunch
Naturally grown
Hungarian wax pepper starter seedling
Menu Group: Plants and Seeds
Section: Seeds Vegetable
Category: Peppers
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Kale seedling - Dwarf Blue Curled Vates
Menu Group: Plants and Seeds
Section: Vegetable Starts
Category: Kale
Vendor: Martin Woods Farm
Cherry tomato seedlings
Menu Group: Plants and Seeds
Section: Vegetable Starts
Category: Tomatoes - Cherry
Vendor: Rasmussen Farm
Black cherry: (75 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. Great flavor, but tend to crack. Fedco says:
"Two-bite cherries (avg 14–28g) with the dusky color and complex flavor typical of the best black tomatoes, juicy and delicious. Somewhat late for a cherry tomato, but worth the wait. Fruit ripens slowly and individually until frost. Examine each plant closely at picking time: the dark-hued cherries are easy to lose in the foliage. Best flavor if left to ripen on the vine till nice and dark. Seems to tolerate the usual tomato diseases but fruits will crack readily in rainy weather. Combine with Sun Gold and any bright red cherry for a lovely display. Brix 7. Developed by Vince Sapp of Tomato Growers Supply and released 2003."

Gardener's Delight red cherry tomato: "(68 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate.
Fedco says: ""Also known as Sugar Lump, and of German origin, but not an heirloom as we once believed. Introduced by Ernst Benary in 1950-51. A parent of the famous hybrid Sweet 100. Produces the kind of rich sweet deep red 1""+ cherries that you will want to pop into your mouth in profusion while you bask in the garden sunshine. The large plants need staking and will bear till frost. The fruits taste so good that we overlook their annoying tendency to crack."

Green Doctors Frosted cherry tomato: Largish, oval green cherry tomatoes that mature to a golden blush. Very productive. 81 days to maturity.

Spoon - tiny red cherry: Tasty and adorable - can fit several tomatoes on a spoon. Entertain the kids picking these toy-sized tomatoes!