Market rolls on to Week 5!posted by SPD Communications on June 18, 2018
As the process of repairing the water damage in IGC-N continues, the Statehouse Market will go on as scheduled this Thursday, June 21.
As was the case in Week 4, some food trucks/trailers will be located in the daycare drop-off. There’s bound to be plenty of great lunch options there. The rest of the food trucks and our produce and specialty vendors will set-up on Robert D. Orr Plaza as usual. Coffee, popcorn, baked goods, dairy products, fresh produce, flowers, pizza and sandwiches make up a small sample of the items up for sale at the Statehouse Market each week.
Meanwhile, the restorative equipment is expected to remain on the plaza throughout the month of June, meaning that the locations of some popular vendors has temporarily changed, and your favorite food truck may be parked in the adjacent lot.
Please check out the daycare lot if you don’t see your preferred food truck parked on Robert D. Orr Plaza.
Trust us, the assortment of homegrown Hoosier produce, deliciously indulgent street food (with plenty of health-minded options), and myriad other items for sale are more than worth any extra walking — rain or shine.
After all, that’s just another way to get your steps in on the way to “producing a healthier you.”
Check out this week’s lineup below and meet us outside from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We hope to see you there!
Biltz Greenhouses — This week’s items include blueberries, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, squash, onions and berries.
Uber Green Farms — Learn More — This week’s items include black oil sunflower, green pea shoots, salad mix, rainbow radish, red Russian kale, red acre cabbage, Thai basil and leeks.
Groomsville Popcorn — Learn More
Batch No. 2 — Learn More – This week’s items include Batch No. 2’s selection of artisan ketchup and mustard.
Wildflower Ridge Honey Products — Learn More
The Twisted Sicilian — Watermelon salad is on the menu this week!
Rolling Asian Delight — Chef Ren’s bourbon chicken will be available!
Excited about what’s ahead? Click here to see the schedule for weeks 5 through 8.