INDIANAPOLIS CITY MARKET–. U-Relish Farm presents Women’s Bazaar Saturday, February 25th 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Silent Winner Auction Announced at 3:30 p.m. A press “Green Room” chat with Melissa Miller will be held at 11:30 a.m. with a lunch and learn provided by U-Relish Farm Cara Dafforn. Women’s Bazaar to bring infertility education and… Continue reading A Women’s Bazaar at Indianapolis City Market
Melted ice from the long weekend is tossed onto the sun drench annual raised beds. Plucking peas with a furious frenzy before the sun sets and we awake for the Original Farmer's Market at the Historic Hall of Agriculture.
In 2016 the Historic City Market received the endorsement as an Official Legacy Project of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission, this is the narrative that will be submitted to the Indiana State Archives acknowledging all the participants of this project. The Bicentennial Bazaar was threefold in its significance; historical in the knowledge and appreciation of the history… Continue reading Indiana State Archives: Bicentennial Bazaar Narrative
Indiana’s Farm Food on US 40: An Honest to Goodness Road Trip The National Road went through Richmond, Indiana through Indianapolis and on to Terre Haute. Indiana was now connected to states in the East and West. It reported to the senate that a road was feasible and would “…. make the crooked ways straight,… Continue reading Indiana’s Old National Road: Farm Food on US 40
From morning til night, there was a constant rumble of wheels.... when the rush was greatest,there was never a minute that wagons were not in site [sic], and as a rule, one company of wagons was closely followed by another."