Category Archives: Market Dude

  • Hot Asphalt Awareness – Keep Your Pets Safe At Home, While You Enjoy The Hillcrest Farmers Market

    Posted on September 7, 2017 by Eddie Reynoso in Market Dude, Uncategorized.

    At the Hillcrest Farmers Market, we love good healthy locally grown food, happy farmers, AND our pets! However, we have seen the number of injured pets increase substantially over the past couple of weeks. Our market is open 9am-2pm- during the hottest times of the day.  It is best to leave your pet at home.  It […]

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  • Do You Know How Bees Help Your Family?

    Posted on August 4, 2017 by The Fresh in Market Dude.

    As a parent, you want to take care of your family. It doesn’t matter if you have a day job or take care of things at home, your family depends on you. Believe it or not, that’s why you need to support bees. In case you haven’t heard, bees are disappearing at an alarming rate. […]

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  • Cherry Red, White, and Blueberries!

    Posted on June 24, 2017 by The Fresh in Market Dude.

    July 4th is coming up in a little over a week and the Hillcrest Farmers Market has all you need to help your BBQ sparkle with delicious delights! I roamed the market and found the perfect vendors to help you kick off your Independence Day with a bang! From your salad to your pie, and […]

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  • Our First Trip to the Market

    Posted on February 10, 2012 by The Fresh in Market Dude.

    My name is Laurel McFarlane and my goal as the mom of Market Kids a.k.a. Market Brothers is to see if I can get the boys, as I like to call them, to eat more vegetables by engaging them in the shopping and cooking process. I’m hoping that by providing a fun and interactive way […]

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