Monday, June 11, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Thursday, April 12, 2012
West Plaza, Indianapolis City Market
Because every dog has his (or her!) day, we are putting on a dog show to celebrate the four-footed friends of our market customers! The show will feature four contests, judged by a panel of five judges, including John Aleshire, the C.E.O. of the Indianapolis Humane Society.
The contests are:
1. Best Dog/Owner Look-Alike
2. Best Dressed
3. Best Commands (Sit, Down, Stay)
4. Best Trick
Grand champions and runner-ups will be awarded ribbons and prizes. In addition, there will be several Indianapolis area pet organizations in the plaza prior to the beginning of the show, including the Indianapolis Humane Society, Animal Care and Control, Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic and local rescue groups.
The registration fee is $5 per dog, per contest entered and will be collected the morning of the show. Participants are encouraged to pre-register by posting on the wall of the Facebook event or by emailing email@example.com. Please include your name, your dog's name and the contests you would like to enter in your post or email. On-site registration the morning of Saturday, April 14th will also be available. All of the funds collected from the event will support the Eat Well Initiative at the IWFM and all participants with paws will receive a small bag of dog biscuits, courtesy of Pet Lovers Organic Bakery.
IN THE EVENT OF RAIN, the dog show will be cancelled as animals are not allowed in the market space. Tabeling organizations will set up their information tables on the second floor above the West Wing. Donated prizes will be raffled off beginning at 12:00p.m. Raffle entrants may purchase tickets, from 9:00a.m. until 11:45a.m., for $5; all proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Eat Well Initiative. Need not be present to win.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
April 14, 9:00a-12p
RecycleForce provides the recyclable materials collection bins at IWFM, and collects used electronics for recycling once a month during the IWFM season. This is their final week at IWFM, so remember to bring your recyclables to the market this week!
Items accepted on Saturday, April 14:
*A $5.00 donation is requested for all CRT Televisions, monitors, and refridgeratives.
- Broken holiday lights, Books, Bicycles and Bicycle accessories, Telephone systems, Cardboard, Cellular phones, Televisions, PC's (personal computers), Styrofoam, Laptops/Notebooks, Integrated Circuits (IC), Desktop Computers/CPU's, Computer mice, CRT Monitor's (no bare CRT tubes), Microphones, Mainframe computers, Laserdisc Players, Scanners, Computer Keyboards, Printers, VCR/DVD/CD Players, Fax machines Games Systems, Xbox, DS, Sony, Etc., Back-up power supplies systems, Power Supplies, Photocopiers, Surge Protectors, Toner cartridges, Palm Pilots/PDA's, Microwaves, Motors, CD's/DVD's/Blue Ray's/Floppy disks/Thumb Drive's, Computer boards, Electronic wiring, Copiers, Power cables, Cash Registers, Electronic motors, Satellite Components, Metals - Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Nickel., Batteries, Cardboard, Phonebooks
- Plastics 1-7, Copy paper, (No carbon paper), Glass, (Amber, Green, Clear only), Styrofoam, (No dirty containers)
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
We are delighted to encourage you to Live Well while supporting others to Eat Well. Classes are offered by-donation. Any donation amount will be graciously accepted. $10 is the suggested donation. All proceeds go to the Eat Well Initiative.
March 10th @ 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Spinning with Deb Hirt
Spinning (also called cycling) class will be 1 hour of cardio training on indoor stationary bikes in the Cycle Studio (3rd floor of the Bike Hub). Deb will share her love of awesome, motivational music during the class- each song in the class is for a different training interval (hills, sprints, etc.). All levels are welcome! Please note there are only 11 bikes so sign up at the IWFM or on Facebook to reserve a place!
April 7th @ 1-2 p.m.
Yoga for Life Balance with Andrea Townley
Join Andrea Townley for a gentle, all-level yoga flow focused on cultivating a balanced life. By finding your center and learning to navigate the line between relaxation and engagement, you will experience firsthand how to bring yourself into balance and stay there. All levels are welcome. Sign up at the IWFM or on Facebook to reserve a place in the class.
Monday, February 27, 2012
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Slow-Cooked Stewing Hen
1 stewing hen
2 medium onions, skin-on, quartered
2 Tbs sea salt
15-20 whole peppercorns
1 splash raw cider vinegar
Water to fill crock slow-cooker to halfway
Quarter whole onion, leaving skin on. Put onions in bottom of slow cooker. Cut up hen, if desired, or if necessary to fit into crockpot. Place stewing hen in crock pot. Sprinkle salt, peppercorns and cider vinegar into crockpot. Fill crockpot approximately half way full. Meat should be falling from the bone after 10-11 hours on high.
Use tongs to remove chicken to plate. After cooling, pick meat from carcass and return bones, skin and fat to crockpot. Use meat for chicken salad, curries, soups, burritos or enchiladas.
Monday, February 20, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Also, see our vendor calendar for Saturday here.
Friday, February 3, 2012
This Saturday, February 4th will be Super Saturday at Indy's SUPER Winter Farmers Market!
Every Indianapolis resident who adventures to the IWFM this Saturday can present any IWFM purchase and enter to win a $50 worth of IWFM products!
So, come on SUPER loyal IWFM customers, plot your adventure by bus, bicycle or foot this Saturday and enter to win! We'll also be giving away door prizes every half hour from 9am to 1pm. In addition, we'll keep our Veggie Valet open until 2:30pm, so you can shop early, leave your bags to walk around downtown, and come back for them by 2:30pm. See below for transportation options this Saturday.
We have a great lineup of vendors this week, some of which will be bringing one-of-a-kind products just for the Big Game. Check out the calendar here!
Share the market experience by bringing a friend, family member, or out-of-town guest with you to market. We're delighted to welcome both community members and those visiting from out of town as we celebrate the excitement and buzz of this SUPER weekend together!
Bus: Check out Indygo.net for route information and to plan your trip. All routes except the green line are free!
Shuttle: A free shuttle will be circulating Mass Ave and Fountain Square, so consider parking further away and hopping on the shuttle! Here is a map of locations you can find the free shuttle. If you're coming from further away, the Super Bowl is offering paid shuttle service from these locations.
Bike or Walk: With weather as nice as we've had, it's a great time to bike or walk to market! Ride down on the beautiful Monon Trail or stroll the world-class Cultural Trail and avoid the hassle of parking a car! Check out INDYCOG for some insights on trails, bike lanes, and how to share the road. You can park your bike at the Indy Bike Hub YMCA or outside the West Wing.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
The official Super Bowl XLVI Guide is available at the app store as a helpful guide for visitors. "A detailed guide to local restaurants, nightlife and official Super Bowl events," it's a pretty great app but it lacks some favorite local spots, IWFM being one of them.
Please go to the App Store, or the Android Marketplace, and find the "Super Bowl XLVI Guide." Once on the app's page, scroll to the bottom. You'll find a "report a problem" button. Hit that button, select "my concern is not listed here" and leave a comment in the space below. Here is an example of what you could include in your comment:
As a resident of Indy you're missing a big attraction the day before the Super Bowl, The Indianapolis Winter Farmers Market located at City Market. This is downtown at the corner of Delaware and Market. Considered one of the best markets in the state, the selection of locally-sourced foods, produce, and ready-to-eat breakfast and lunch selections are great options for Big Game visitors. The market runs from 9:00am to 1:00pm. every Saturday. If you update this app please add this location for visitors who will be searching out wholesome, ethically farmed and raised food.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Monday, January 9, 2012
Friday, January 6, 2012
Growing Places Indy and the Indy Winter Farmers Market have partnered with the Bike Hub YMCA to offer four fitness and fundraising classes. Each class will be by-donation (suggested donation of $10, but any amount will be graciously accepted). Donations go to the Eat Well Initiative that makes it possible to use food stamps at the IWFM and distributes Veggie Bucks vouchers to low income and high health risk individuals to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at the IWFM. You do not need to be a member of the Y to attend these classes.
Did you know that Farmer Craig Brown teaches spinning and yoga? Or that market founder Laura Henderson and loyal IWFM volunteer Andrea Townley both teach yoga? It's true, and they are delighted to share their teaching talents to encourage you to Live Well while supporting others to Eat Well. We hope you'll come and join us!
January 21st @ 1-2 p.m.
Spinning + Yoga with Farmer Craig Brown
Join Craig for a 30 min spinning class followed by a 20 min yoga cool down. All levels are welcome.
February 11th @ 12-1 p.m.
Aligning with Love - Yoga Flow with Laura Henderson
Join Laura for a one hour yoga flow class that will encourage you to align your body, mind and spirit with a greater sense of love and passion for life as we approach Valentine's Day. All levels are welcome.
Mark your calendar for spinning class on March 10th with Deb Hirt and yoga class on April 14th with Andrea Townley. More details to come.