Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a snow globe?

Well, if you went to Provo's open-air Christmas Market you now know!

Mother nature decided to shake the snow globe...vigorously

and upside down.

Thanks to all the hardy folk who braved the icy roads and came to the market!

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Provo's Farmers Market presents...

...an Open Air Christmas Market!

Here are the details:

We just got done with promoting the market at the downtown Christmas parade. So fun! Everyone's excited about next Saturday.

Also, when you come to the market be sure to tell Lori Stubbs (Stubbs Family Farms) "Happy Birthday!"


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Reliving Provo's Farmers Market

Season 2008 is over but here are some video tidbits to keep the market fun going until next June!

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Gallery stroll on Oct. 3rd at Coal Umbrella. Exhibits will be up for the entire month. Go to www.gallerystroll.blogspot.com for more great pictures and updates on the monthly gallery stroll.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Third annual Sego Arts Festival Kick off Friday September 26th at 100 N and University. Started off a two day event that featured more then 50 bands and attracted thousands of music and art lovers.
Install of Andrew Smith's 14 foot sculpture "High Wind Adviser" in front of Velour at 135 N University. "High wind adviser was brought from Park City's Redstone Gallery. It was installed Friday the 26th, just in time for the kick off of the 3rd annual Sego Arts Festival.

“High Wind Advisor” was initially built for the show “Kinetic Sculptures by Andrew Smith” at the Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah in 2006. It is a free standing sculpture holding a weather vane in his outstretched hand.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Guest Blogger Becky Olsen

I took a little trip to the Provo's Farmers Market on Saturday.
Absolutely loved it!
It feels great to support local and enjoy fresh goods!
Some of my favorites included: lavender lemonade from Maggie's Farm Fresh (so subtle yet aromatic!), banana peppers from Genola and some apricot almonds. I've since enjoyed the banana peppers on my salads and in sandwiches! I also see a future purchase of lavender for some cupcakes. I hear Nigela has a great recipe that I would love to play with.

Editor's Note: Becky loves baking, entertaining, and all things gourmet. She blogs at Project Domestication.