Fill Your Easter Basket With Us! "Flavortown" Comes to WFM. Specialty Sweets, Flowers & Gifts!
April 16, 2022, 9am - Noon
Downtown Historic Worthington
This Week's Vendor Participation
Please Note: This vendor list is based on currently available information. Vendor participation may change without notice due to emergency, weather, staffing, or other unforeseen circumstances.
2022 Outdoor Market Map
New Producer Preview Day!
Just in time for Easter brunch, we're excited to announce that JoAnna from Cinnaswirl Bakery will be joining us THIS Saturday for her summer Market season preview day!
Cinnaswirl Bakery is an artisan dough and dessert maker located in Powell, Ohio. Originally from the east coast, they have brought their love for east coast food to Ohio! That is why you’ll find many NYC staples on their menu, such as chocolate babka, black and white cookies, rainbow cake and Italian cookies, in addition to their amazing cinnamon rolls and other specialties.
Find her festive holiday cookie boxes, cinnamon rolls and celebration breads in her space near La Chatelaine this Saturday from 9am-12pm.
Food Truck at the Market
Hailed as “The Best Fried Chicken In Flavortown” on Guy’s Grocery Games, the Ajumama food truck and chef/owner Laura Lee are excited to return to the Worthington Farmer’s Market for 2022 with our Korean Fried Chicken (KFC) biscuit sandwich and other Korean/ Midwest comfort food delight. Drizzled with Ohio maple syrup from Pleiades Maple Products atop a biscuit from Matija Breads, this is the best way to start a Saturday morning.
Laura Lee has been nominated in the Best Chef category in the Columbus Monthly Best of 2022 awards!
Find Laura and the Ajumama food truck in front of US Bank, between the Rock Dove and Gillogly Orchards booths.
Hop On These Easter Specials
We are so ready for Spring and Easter, and so is our Spring/Easter box! Ready for pre-order now on our website, with pickup at the outdoor @worthingtonfarmersmarket on Saturday April 16!
Flavors this week:
Dark Chocolate Bunny Butt
Spiced Carrot Cake
Yuzu Coconut Nest with Cadbury eggs
Funfetti with Sprin(g)kles
Sakura Cherry Blossom
Link in bio or head to the-mochi-shop.square.site
Sitara's Sweets by Kat for EASTER WEEKEND SATURDAY April 16th 9-12 noon OUTSIDE in front of the Methodist Church (Just look for the red tent). If you'd like to pre-order or have items held for you please send me a PM ASAP. Thank you for supporting local!
Cookies - $14 per half dozen Butterscotch Chocolate Chip Chocolate Fudge Cookies Ginger Lemon Cookies Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Red Velvet Cookies! Strawberry Thumbprints Salted Caramel Chip Sugar Cookies with Butter Cream Frosting - 6 for $15 Unicorn Cookies Cookie Samplers - $16 per half dozen sampler pack
Dessert Bars - $14 per half dozen Cookie Bars Cream Cheese Brownies Irish Brownies Lemon Bars Magic Bars Salted Caramel Bars (Blast from the past!) Tagalong Bars Dessert Bar Samplers - $16 per half dozen sampler pack
Single Cinnamon Rolls - $4 each Hot Chocolate Mix - $10 per jar Chocolate Chip Scones - 2 for $5 Vanilla Scones - 2 for $5 Cranberry Orange Scones - 2 for $5
Carrot Cake Squares - $6 each Chocolate and Vanilla Cupcakes - 2 for $6
What's bloomin' at the Worthington Farmers Market this Saturday?
Spring bouquets from Petals That Inspire!
Petals That Inspire is a social enterprise in Columbus, Ohio, with the mission to inspire creativity and empower the community through floral design. We’re here to help potentials blossom and flowers flourish through artistry, education & dreams. We are a proud workforce development partner of Star House where we provide onsite employment and job-skill training. Our business model consists of business floral subscriptions, pop-up shops, special event and wedding florals and floral arranging classes for the community and organizations.
You can support Amanda and the Petals That Inspire mission with your purchase at her Community Table booth, near the Post Office on Saturday, or support her fundraising campaign here: https://www.indiegogo.com/.../community-in-bloom-with...
Music at the Market
Chip & Paul are old friends of the Farmers Market. These summer these guys are returning with their blend of old folk songs and familiar radio tunes from the 60s,70s and 80s. You can find them by the Methodist Church.
KaTanya Brewer, identifies not as a singer or vocalist but as a street performer – “it’s unique, eclectic." She sings songs that frequently get people moving and shaking along to the music, putting smiles on faces and creating a joyful atmosphere, her performances inspire a different reaction and sometimes elicit stories from strangers who feel a connection with Brewer’s renditions. Hear KaTayna on the Southeast Village Green.
Learn more or see her Sidewalk Serenades here https://www.instagram.com/sidewalk_serenades/
Violinist Lucia Cassell-Ramirez will also be playing this Saturday in front of Olde Village Barbershop.
Maker at the Market
A tisket, a tasket . . . Something handmade and local to fill your Easter basket!
Emily from Daphnia Ceramics is popping up at the Market on Saturday with lovely, new items for spring! Need a hostess gift, something for your Sunday brunch table or a Mother's Day gift (it'll be here before you know it!), you'll find these beautiful pieces pictured, and more! And, you can still get your limited edition Worthington Farmers Market ornament, created by Emily, at the Market information booth, too!
Daphnia Ceramics is a Columbus-based ceramics studio run by Emily Cline. Emily makes everything by hand, and combines her passion for printmaking with her ceramic work. She uses hand-drawn images and turns them into screen-printed patterns that are transferred to the surface of the clay. Many of her patterns are inspired by the local flora and fauna of the woods here in central Ohio including morel mushrooms, ferns, chicory flowers, paw paws and spicebush.
Look for Emily in space #15, near Denig Jewelers on Saturday!
ICYMI . . .
Happy 14th Anniversary to Blue Jacket Dairy!
Shell Dust Nut Butter in the News . . .
Adam with Shell Dust Nut Butters demonstrates how easy it is to make your own creamy peanut butter-filled chocolate-covered eggs. Select from 4 flavors of locally-made nut butters, Saturdays at the Worthington Farmers Market!
Save the Date!
Wednesday, April 20, 4pm
Worthington Partnership Green Team Waste Warrior Kids
Ages 2 - 12 +
Seeds of Caring is partnering with the The Worthington Partnership Green Team and Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed (FLOW) to help educate families on proper waste disposal and to take action by cleaning up local parks and playgrounds together. With recent updates in Franklin County, we will teach families what items can go in their recycling, trash, and compost. Then we will work together to beautify a green space in our community!
Register on Eventbrite.com
Sunday, April 24, 2-4pm, Party in the Park (Shaker Square)
Saturday, May 7, 8am - Noon
Green on the Green
Green on the Green is a free community event with a green focus. Come to beautiful Worthington and meet local businesses & groups promoting sustainability, healthy living, handcrafted items, and environmental stewardship. There will be great Mother’s Day shopping from local artisans using repurposed materials, native animal “ambassadors”, kids music at 11am, and much more!
Saturday, May 7, 8am - Noon
Styrofoam Recycling Drop-Off
Find our truck in the parking lot at Ace Hardware, 926 High St. Worthington
Be sure to stop by Green on the Green!
Tuesday, May 10, 7-9pm, Franklinton Farms, Spring into Wonder
Join us on May 10th to support garden education for kids of all ages and backgrounds in Franklinton www.franklintonfarms.org/events
Limited spots available (tickets are $25 per person) and there will be opportunities to gift further - funds, time or energy; farm-inspired appetizers, fun and nourishing beverages, joy and wonder; opportunity to meet and connect with board members, staff, volunteers and community partners of Franklinton Farms
Reserve your tickets now: franklintonfarms.org/events
Masks Are Optional
Effective Thursday, March 10, the Worthington city ordinance that required masks in indoor public places has been lifted. Facial coverings are now optional throughout the City of Worthington.
We will have a limited supply of masks available at the Market information desk (located at the corner of S. High Street & New England Avenue in front of the Graeter's Ice Cream and House Wine parking lot), should you wish to wear one while visiting the Market.
We will continue with our other proactive measures to help reduce the spread of illness including having hand sanitizer available throughout the Market and increased spacing between producer booths.
If you have a fever or are feeling ill, we ask that you please stay home.
Invest in Your Community
Do you love our farmers market? We are powered by a non-profit organization that largely relies on donations to fund our operations. Please consider donating to help us reach our goal. You can do a one-time donation or even set up a monthly donation to help us keep our market going strong. Click here for the link to donate: experienceworthington.com/donate