Thursday, October 21, 2010

Gardening at Night at the Nashville Farmers' Market

Posted By on Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 5:39 AM

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What, am I the only one old enough to remember REM's "Chronic Town?" Well, you won't actually be able to garden, but you can sure shop in the gardens at the Nashville Farmers' Market from 6:30 to 8 p.m. tomorrow, Oct. 22, at their Night Market event. Your favorite vendors are staying open late to offer you their cornucopia of autumn goodies. Many purveyors will also be handing out samples to tempt you. Think of it as trick or treating for zucchini.

Pick up recipes to find the perfect ingredients for your Friday night or weekend meals. Hill & Hollow will be offering a workshop in making your own mushroom log. For $25 you can drill, stuff, and wax your very own log with everything you need to grow your own shiitake mushrooms. Please rsvp to this workshop at info@nashvillefarmersmarket.org.

Plus there will be live music and wine available for purchase. The flyer also mentions a "boozeball bar." I have no idea what the hell that is, but you can bet I'm gonna try to find out. I'm guessing it has something to do with the New Orleans-style snowballs from Fleur de Lis, so that's got me pretty excited. Come spend a pleasant evening on the equivalent of an urban hayride, then find your way home through the asphalt corn maze of downtown on a Friday night.

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