Keller’s Deli and Cafe

If you enjoy fresh baked breads, watch for Keller’s Bakery. Deli. Cafe at the Beaverdale Farmers Market. They have been on the local farmers market circuit since the summer of 2009. If you work downtown and are looking for lunch options, Keller’s offers soups, salads and sandwiches. You can review

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Randy Burk and Bob Pace

We would like to thank Randy Burk and Bob Pace for playing for us last week. We appreciate their commitment to the community and the Beaverdale Farmers Market. It was great to have two very talented musicians performing together. Listen here for more music from Randy Burk and The

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Hensley’s Farms

Hensley’s Farm from Winterset is nutrient rich and chemical free. Their vegetables are a feast for your eyes and your taste buds. Family-owned and operated since 2009, Hensley’s Farm gives you all the produce you need, without having to go the store. Take a look at what’s in season from Hensley’s Farm,

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Wood Fired Pizza

If you’re planning to attend the Beaverdale Farmers Market, bring your appetite. You can enjoy wood fired pizza from Parlo Pizza. There are many great choices for dinner, but Beaverdale’s favorite is the margherita. If you have never tried wood fired pizza before, we recommend adding it to

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The Greek House

The Beaverdale Farmers Market has many vendors selling organic and fresh produce, breads, treats and crafts. We also have some great vendors selling prepared food, like The Greek House. If you are thinking about joining us tonight, but are afraid you’ll want to eat, no problem. The

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Beaverdale Streetscape Project

The Beaverdale Neighborhood Association joins the market to promote the Streetscape project. A $75.00 donation lets you personalize a brick that becomes part of the new streetscape at Urbandale and Beaver Avenues. This is a great way to participate in the Beaverdale community. You can learn more

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Freedom for Youth Coffee

Freedom for Youth is a nonprofit selling coffee and potted plants at the Beaverdale Farmers Market. Michael (pictured right) roasts direct trade coffee. Including Organic Guatemalan and Sumatra. They sell hot or iced coffee for $1.00 per cup at the market. A fantastic beverage and a great

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