The 3rd annual Fresh Fridays at the Northside Farmers Market returns every Friday, July 8th through August 26th from 4:00pm – 6:00 pm. Activities will include cooking demonstrations by local chefs, family art projects presented by neighborhood cultural institutions, and the 2011 Alcoa Environmental Series, featuring a variety of environmental organizations.

Fresh Fridays at the Northside Farmers Market is sponsored by the Charm Bracelet Project Fund through the generous support of the Grable Foundation and the Alcoa Foundation.

Fresh Fridays at Northside Farmers Market activities will include:

  • Chefís Table
    Local chefs will prepare a simple dish made from ingredients purchased at the Farmers Market that day. The chefs will demonstrate the preparation, and samples of the dish will be available for tasting. The recipe will be available to visitors to take home and try. Fresh Fridays “menu” includes chefs from Legends of the North Shore, E2, Big Red Room Café at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, food artist Terra Lee Mays and many more.

  • Fresh Fridays Family Activities
    Interactive activities will be presented by cultural organizations from the Charm Bracelet Project that including Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Artists Image Resource (AIR), and the Andy Warhol Museum.

  • 2011 Alcoa Environmental Series
    Local environmental organizations including Pittsburgh Permaculture, GTECH, Green Burial Pittsburgh, Women for Healthy a Healthy Environment and more, will give demonstrations, share their mission and share how you can implement sustainable practices at home.

Fresh Fridays
Guest Chef
Art Activities
Environmental Demos
July 8
Chef Angelo, Big Red Room Café at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh  
Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum

Flower & Bee, Edible Allegheny, and Envirobikes

July 15
Food Artist Terra Lee Mays
Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum

Flower & Bee, Green Burial Pittsburgh, Edible Allegheny, and Envirobikes

July 22
Kate Romane of E2 
Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum

Flower & Bee, Green Burial Pittsburgh, Edible Allegheny, and Envirobikes

July 29
Tina Bolin of Bodacious Bites
Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum

Flower & Bee, Green Burial Pittsburgh, Edible Allegheny, Envirobikes, Tree Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Permaculture

August 5

Janet McKee, Food For Life Instructor

Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum; recycled art with Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Flower & Bee, Edible Allegheny, Envirobikes, GTECH
August 12
Domenica Merante of Café Di Domenica

Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum; recycled art with Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Flower & Bee, Edible Allegheny, Envirobikes, GTECH, Pennsylvania Resource Council

August 19
Author Shannon Pultz

Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum; recycled art with Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Flower & Bee, Edible Allegheny, Envirobikes, Pittsburgh Permaculture, GTECH

August 26
Dan Bartow, Legends of the Northshore  
Recipe silkscreens with The Andy Warhol Museum; recycled art with Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Flower & Bee, Women for Healthy a Healthy Environment, Edible Allegheny, Envirobikes, Pittsburgh Permaculture

The North Side farmers market is located at the corner of Cedar Ave and East Ohio Street in Historic Deutschtown. For further information about Fresh Fridays at the Northside Farmerís Market email charmbraceletproject@gmail.com.

 

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