We have four varieties of local apples and our own pumpkins and gourds
We now have Honey Crisp, Macoun, Cortland and Macintosh apples. We still have plenty of red tomatoes, lettuce, sugar snap peas, garlic, green peppers, potatoes, pumpkins and gourds, cornstalks and flower bouquets. Every day we have strawberries too. Randy mentioned they have slowed down in ripening from the cooler temperatures. So far we have had enough for the farmstand everyday and have not run out. The green tomato patch is open at $1lb for pick your own.
I will not have strawberries at this Thursday's farmers market in Northwood. I will have lettuce, sugar snaps, apples, fresh flower bouquets, garlic, gourds, pumpkins, soap and if I get to it dried flower bouquets.
In the farmstore we have raw nuts, packaged teas, essential oils, maple syrup, organic black beans and fairtrade organic coffee beans.
I want to put in a word about the yoga and pilate classes held at Barrington Recreation Department. They are marvelous! Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:15 - 10:15 is yoga. Don't have to be a Barrington resident to attend and the classes are $5 drop in or half that if you pay for the session in advance. The yoga is gentle and great for beginners, however Sheila, the instructor, offers advanced poses that challenge more advanced students. Bring your mat if you have one or borrow one from the rec. Last week I attended the Tuesday and Thursday 5:30-6:30 pilates classes. The class goes by very quickly and Sheila gives us a 15 minute warmup unlike many pilates classes where they start you right into the exercises. Pilates exercises target core muscle groups and are only repeated 6-8 times each. There is no repeating 40 situps or anything like that. The exercises feel really good.
Below is the link for the rec dept fitness calendar.
The farm is still open every day Monday thru Friday 9am -6pm and Saturday and Sunday 9am - 4pm. The farm phone # is 603.868.2001