Spanish Day at the Market a hit with SPROUTS


A story moment, featuring a cranky of Ruth Krauss's The Carrot Seed, keep the interest of a gathering of SPROUTS and parents at Saturday's Market. A very talented Kelly Quinn designed the cranky and told the story in English after volunteer Yady King translated the classic into Spanish.

The story moment complemented the work kids did all morning, searching to find the Spanish words for foods, colors, and people around the Market. Miami senior, Ally, ably assisted with translation and entertainment of a great group of young ones.

Sandors Cultivate Community by Sprout Sponsorship


Geri Sue and Rick Sandor, long time Friends of the Market, found a new level of cultivating a fine community this past Saturday. The Sandors, after hearing of the goals and focus of the SPROUTS program, decided to sponsor a membership.

That membership has found its way to Matthew, who enjoyed his trip to the Market yesterday and was thrilled at the SPROUT t-shirt, market bag, coloring book and GreenBacks given as part of the membership to SPROUTS.

Newest Friends of the Market- Chris & Sarah Distel

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Chris & Sarah Distel became our newest Friends of the Market because they believe in local, organic food for themselves and their children. As a friend of the market they are supporting what they believe.

Baker, Pia Terranova of Terra Nova Bread Basket shares market freshness with the young at heart...


Hedwig is picking out her vegetables for the week!

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You are never too young to shop at the market. That is why we created the SPROUTS program.

Bibs for the Littlest Market Goers


You're never to small for the Oxford Farmer's Market!

Junior Gardeners at the Market


A junior marketgoer gets his hands on some junior veggies.

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