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Coralville Farmers’ Market Newsletter | August 2013
Mondays & Thursdays
5:00-7:00 p.m.
May 6-October 3
S.T. Morrison Park
1513 7th Street
For shoppers:
The Coralville Farmers’
Market features fresh,
locally-grown fruits and
vegetables, delicious
baked goods, beautiful cut
flowers and plants, handmade jewelry, arts and
crafts, locally-raised
meats , farm fresh eggs,
and much, much more!
Drivers prepare their zucchinis for the track at the 2012 zucchini races.
Zucchini Festival! Come to the Coralville Farmers’ Market on Monday, August
22, for the Zucchini Festival. Vote for your favorite dish in the
zucchini recipe contest, or even enter your own recipe! The
Iowa Children’s Museum Playologists will be on hand to help
kids with the zucchini races—put some wheels on a zucchini
For vendors:
and race it down the Zucchini Speedway! We’ll have other
To learn more about ven- activities as well, so bring the family, bring some zucchini (or
dor opportunities, contact buy some from one of our vendors), and have some fun celeMatt Hibbard, Farmers’
brating one of the staples of Iowa gardens everywhere.
Market Manager, at
Farmers’ Market Music and special events sponsored by the University of
Iowa Community Credit Union.
319-248-1750 or
[email protected]
Thursday nights, 6:30-8:00, S.T. Morrison Park
August 1—Sugar Daddys Jazz Band
Dixieland, traditional, and classical jazz. The Sugar Daddys arrange and
compose in real-time as they play, combining improvisations with the other players. Every concert is a celebration!
August 8—The Beaker Brothers
1960’s hippie rock revisited! Clapton, Hendrix, Santana,
the Allman Brothers, the Grateful Dead… This is not your
father's rock band. No, wait, maybe it is. Either way, you're
gonna dig it.
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Market Row | August 2013
A table full of satisfied customers!
Coral Cellars MicroWinery
Coral Cellars is a family operated microwinery, where all wines are fermented in small
batches, resulting in limited quantities of quality, handcrafted wines sure to please any palate.
Brian Manternach, owner and operator of Coral Cellars, specializes in producing wines from
his own vines as well as from the fruit of regional growers.
Brian offers several varieties of wines.
His reds include Fusion, a dry red wine with
rich, earthy flavors; Coral Blend, a rich, flavorful wine with notes of cherry and plum; and
Coral Red, an award-winning dry red wine
crafted from the Corot Noir varietal. White
wines include Coral White, a semi-sweet wine
with crisp flavors of pineapple and citrus; Coral Jazz, a semi-dry crafted from 100% locally
grown Edelweiss grapes; and Serenity, which
bursts with sweetness from of a combination
of white cranberry and Pinot Gris grapes.
Whatever your tastes, you’re sure to
find a wine that suits you. Visit Brian’s stall
near the south end of the Farmers’ Market, try
a sample, and take home a bottle or two of
Coral Cellars wine.
Visit coralcellars.com for more information.
The 2013 Sweet Corn Feed was
a tremendous success! Marketgoers were treated to mouthwatering BBQ from T.C. Bonez,
outstanding live music, and of
course, delicious, freshly-picked,
locally-grown sweet corn!
Hungry customers line up for
freshly-picked, grilled corn from
Miller’s Sweet Corn.
Local Americana foursome The Feralings
provided excellent music for the revelers.
There are only a few more shows remaining in 2013! Be sure to come
visit the Market and enjoy some terrific, locally-grown music.
Monday, August 5: Michelle Lynn
A soulful voice and transformative lyrics set this eastern Iowa singersongwriter apart from the crowd. Michelle confronts such broad themes
as sustainability, feminism, and the economy.
Monday, August 19: Alan & Aleta Murphy; Basket Giveaway!
These good folks are like royalty among the local music crowd. Come
on out and listen and you’ll understand why they’ve been at the top of
the local scene for years.
Like us on Facebook!
facebook.com/CoralvilleFarmersMarket Monday, August 26: Kimberli Maloy
This songstress is a tireless promoter of the local music scene and a terFollow us on Twitter!
rific performer of energetic originals and covers.
@CvilleParksRec
Farmers’ Market Music is sponsored by the University of Iowa Community Credit Union.