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Davis Farms at Mulberry Market

Mulberry Market will be back again tomorrow from 4:30-7 p.m. in Downtown Macon.


Here is what Davis Farms will have for sale: 

Today: Mulberry Market Returns!

Mulberry Street Market will return to Downtown Macon from 4:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. this afternoon!

This is the second week the market will be open.

You can find a variety of all things fresh and local. 

Bring your cash, they don't take cards yet. 

If you take photos at the market, we want to see them! Send them to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com

Second Sunday Madness!

Yesterday was the most relaxing, yet sweltering day I've experienced in quite sometime. I headed out to Washington Park yesterday to enjoy Second Sunday Brunch with friends. This is our once a month ritual now, because its an easy way for us all to get together and its FREE!

Davis Farms at Mulberry Market

Davis Farms will have their goods at Mulberry Market this Wednesday.

They will have on hand:

Red Buttercrunch head lettuce

Red Romaine Lettuce
Mustard greens
Turnip greens
Pac Choi
Red Russian Kale
Rapini Broccoli

Strawberries!! (they are amazing AND organic)
Alfalfa sprouts
Eggs (fresh, free range, no hormones or antibiotics)

Fresh oregano
Fresh spearmint
Fresh licorice mint
Fresh flat and curly leaf parsley
Fresh dill

Potted strawberries
Potted oregano
Potted licorice mint (Hyssop)
Potted Basil
Potted Parsley

Potted Thyme

Potted Tansy

limited quantity (for now):
Snow peas!


Urban Barrel Gardening Coming to Wonderland Assisted Living

Urban Barrel Gardening Coming to Wonderland Assisted Living

A "mobile garden" is coming to Wonderland Assisted Living, 3780 Napier Avenue, Macon, Georgia on Friday, March 25, 2011 at 2pm. 

The Urban Barrel Gardening is an efficient way for the elderly to grow their own food.  It is especially good for the elderly because they will be able to harvest their crops while sitting or standing. 

Our residents will be able to grow fruits and vegetables and herbs in and around the exterior wall of the barrel, while participating in an awesome therapeutic activity.

It is vertical farming instead of the traditional farming in a row.  It reduces the necessary yard space to 1/10 of the land needed for traditional gardening and conserves water.

The garden will be donated by Retired Senator Bobby Rowan of Enigma, Georgia.

For more information, contact Patricia Duncan at wonderland3780@yahoo.com, 478-254-7171 or Mr. Bobby Rowan at 404-915-7611.

Antique Quilt Display

Antique Quilt Display

The Cannonball House will host our Antique Quilt Display for the entire month of March. 

Take a tour of the 1853 Greek Revival home and view quilts and coverlets which date to the early 19th century.

We will host the Kick Off as a First Friday Event on March 4th. 

The Cannonball House will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Admission is $3-$6 however, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. you can get one free admission with one paid admission. 

Enjoy warm apple cider and cookies in our formal dining room.

Cherry Blossom Gift Shop Opens, Pre-Festival Events Begin

The Cherry Blossom Festival gift shop is now open at a new location on 567 Cherry St.

That was announced at a press conference Monday.

The gift shop plans to sell mugs, 2011 festival pins, art prints, and more.

Public hours are from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and will open daily during the festival.

The shop is open until April 1.

At the press conference, Cherry Blossom Festival President and CEO Karen Lambert announced a pre-festival event, "Drink Pink."

The event will debut Cherry Blossom Festival signature cocktails created by local restaurants and bars, Lambert says.

The event is scheduled to take place at the Macon Arts Alliance on Friday, March 4 from 5 until 8 p.m.

The Arts Alliance will host a textile show and display paintings by J. Alan Gibson in the gallery during the event.