Join the Market at this Memorial Day Weekend!

Please see below tomorrow’s Hollywood Farmers Market newsletter.

Vol. 1 Issue 5
On behalf of the vendors, volunteers, and Board of Directors of the Hollywood Farmer’s Market, we want to thank all who came out and made our Grand Opening such a wonderful success! This Memorial Day weekend, we will have the Veterans of Foreign Wars selling their Buddy Poppies at the market as well as the talented and creative Abigail Tova Cohen, the 14-year-old creator of 9 Bow Boutique. Make sure to stop by her table and take a gander at her beautiful bows! They make a wonderful present for that special someone in your life!

This week’s vendors include:
Pleitez Produce: Vegetables
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
Groff Content Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses
Roy and RT’s Garden and Kitchen: Prepared Indonesian cuisine and vegetables
El Taco Loco: Prepared Mexican dishes
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
Jesyka Padilla: Hand-crafted jewelry
Crest Hill Bakery: Bread and desserts
Designed Naturally: Natural bead jewelry
Tiffany’s Oven: Vegan baked goods
Inge’s Crochet Selections: Crochet made items
Christiane’s Designs: Knits for baby and adults
Kettle Korn Popcorn: Delicious Popcorn

Market Updates:
– Many people have been asking about Phil’s Dills! Do not fret! They will return in the next few weeks after they complete their transition to a new facility. We are just as anxious for their delicious pickles!
– Heavenly Created Desserts will not be joining us this weekend at the market.
– Green Ice Snowballs will return to the market on June 13th! Make sure to come by to beat the summer heat!

Our Special Guest This Week: 9 Bow Boutique

Proprietor of 9 Bow Boutique, Abigail Tova Cohen, is a 14 year old member of the Peabody Children’s Chorus of John’s Hopkins University. 9 Bow Boutique started about a year ago, when Abigail auditioned for Peabody and was invited to join their prestigious group. They offered her the opportunity to perform with them on a tour in Germany and Austria this summer. She was inspired to start 9 Bow Boutique after her parents told her she needed a way to earn money for the trip.  Abigail brainstormed the idea with her parents and the boutique was born. The name came from her lucky number 9. Abigail’s favorite pastimes are singing, dancing and spending time with friends. She will complete the 8th grade at Thomas G. Pullen Creative and Performing Arts Academy next month and enter Duke Ellington School of the Arts as a Vocal Music student in the fall.
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